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Lake Champlain Sea Grant achieved coherent area program status in 2012 and is cooperative program between the University of Vermont and SUNY Plattsburgh. They are dedicated to improving the understanding and management of Lake Champlain, Lake George and their watersheds for long-term environmental health and sustainable economic development.

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Lake Champlain Sea Grant By the Numbers (pdf)

 

SEA GRANT WORK AROUND LAKE CHAMPLAIN RESULTED IN*

1700

K-12 STUDENTS REACHED

40

STUDENTS SUPPORTED

1400

WORKSHOP AND CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS

2

NEW ECOSYSTEM-BASED MANAGEMENT TOOLS DEVELOPED

 
 
 

*Metrics reported in July 2017 for work conducted February 1, 2016 to January 31, 2017. K-12 students reached through Sea Grant education efforts. "Students supported" includes new and continuing students receiving financial support to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree.

Lake Champlain Sea Grant Featured Impacts

Lake Champlain Stories and News

Community Resilience: Prioritizing Green and Natural Stormwater Infrastructure in Vermont Development

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Community Resilience: Prioritizing Green and Natural Stormwater Infrastructure in Vermont Development

Lake Champlain Sea Grant is working with partners to help communities become more flood resilient.

Vermont communities were devastated by flooding during extreme storm events. The state has prioritized the use of green stormwater infrastructure. Lake Champlain Sea Grant is working with partners to help communities become more flood resilient. 

Learning Lessons in Stormwater Management with Lake Champlain Sea Grant

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Learning Lessons in Stormwater Management with Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Improving stormwater management in Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire

Lake Champlain Sea Grant sponsored a trip to the University of New Hampshire Stormwater Research Center. The information being utilized by researchers and government agencies in Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire. 

Minimizing Impacts of Fishing Tournaments on Black Bass

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Minimizing Impacts of Fishing Tournaments on Black Bass

Lake Champlain ensures Bass Tournament sustainability through research

Even catch and release bass fishing tournaments can have a negative effect on fish populations. Research by Aquatic Resources Specialist Mark Malchoff of Lake Champlain Sea Grant and partners is helping to reduce those negative effects.

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