Category Archives: Water

Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Mo Monday on Tuesday: Winning and Perseverance By Kris Stepenuck, Extension Leader and Mo OwnerSeptember 08, 2020Yesterday, my husband called to me from outside indicating that the title should be “perseverance.” Curious, I grabbed my phone (aka camera) and […]

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Vermont Research Newsletter: Line dancing, bobcats, copper mines and more…

share | tweet | forward Line dancing between Vermont and QuebecFor the communities of Stanstead, Quebec and Derby Line on the Canada-US border, the presence of US Border Control is present in all aspects of life. A recent article examining the effects of increased security in the region following the attacks of 9/11 explains the current dynamic through […]

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🍂 Approaching Fall Together 🍂 Watershed Alliance Fall 2020 programs

Approaching Fall Together As we reimagine our classrooms for the fall, “back to school” has a different feel this year. While many things are still unknown – one this is certain, we are here for you! We have spent the summer gathering feedback and re-designing our programs to meet the needs of you and your students […]

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The 9th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge

Join us next week for a free webcast: EPA’s 9th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge Thursday, September 3, 2020 1:00 – 2:30 PM, EDT Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2318342666336601359 EPA is pleased to launch its 9th annual Campus RainWorks Challenge, a green infrastructure design competition for American colleges and universities that seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals, […]

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More “Zoom a Scientist” episodes with the Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Lake Champlain Committee We hope you’re healthy and finding ways to nurture yourself during these challenging times. We are looking forward to diving into the lake to refresh our spirits once temperatures warm and travel restrictions ease. In the meantime, we thought we’d share the expanded line up of “Zoom a Scientist” programs that our […]

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Zoom or YouTube Live a VT Scientist: April 13 – 24th Lineup

Update: Can’t use zoom? That’s OK – Join us via YouTube Live. If your school does not support the use of Zoom. Please reach out to our education staff, watershd@uvm.edu to get the YouTube live link for a session. What is Zoom a Scientist? Over the next few weeks the Lake Champlain Sea Grant team will be hosting “Zoom a Scientist,” […]

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LCC March Ripples E-News—Spring Hope

Lake Champlain Committee Spring Ripples 2020 E-News We hope the advent of spring—with shoots pushing up through the earth, salamanders moving to vernal pools, and bird calls filling the air—soothes your spirits during these challenging times. In this issue of the Lake Champlain Committee’s Ripples E-newsletter we share some signs of the season, cool science […]

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Clean Water Work videos launched!

I’m excited to announce the launch of the website, www.cleanwaterwork.com, featuring all eleven videos and educational animations highlighting local success stories and meaningful efforts to improve local water quality!  There is hopefully a story for everyone to connect with and learn from!   Please share the site or any specific video broadly!  We are hoping for people to […]

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Research Webinar: Visualization Tools to Communicate River Erosion Hazards and Improve Flood Resiliency in Headwater Communities of the Lake Champlain Basin – March 25

Lake Champlain Sea Grant Research Webinar – March 25, 2020 Visualization Tools to Communicate River Erosion Hazards and Improve Flood Resiliency in Headwater Communities of the Lake Champlain Basin By Kristen Underwood, Mike Kline, Beverley Wemple and Donna Rizzo University of Vermont Date: Wednesday,March 25, 2020Time: NOON – 1 PMTo Join Remotely: Please use the link below to join […]

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