Category Archives: Water

Vermont Research News – Mask wearing, fish species, voter fraud and more…

View this email in your browser twitter | facebook | website | instagram Best Methods to Encourage Mask-Wearing During the PandemicA recent study examined people’s motivations for and against wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic in Franklin County, Vermont. People for mask-wearing had motivations like keeping their family members and immuno-compromised friends safe. People who sometimes […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2020 Newsletter

ecoNEWS VT – Fall 2020 Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Autumn is here! In this season’s newsletter we highlight research on the growth of red oak in the Northeast, how biodiverse land and ecosystem services can be protected together, and how hunters would feel if wolves were to […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. Kris Stepenuck Promoted to Lake Champlain Sea Grant Associate Director By Julianna White, Research Program CoordinatorOctober 27, 2020Kris Stepenuck was promoted to Associate Director of Lake Champlain Sea Grant in October in recognition of her leadership to help develop […]

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Vermont Research News – Absentee voting, poetry of research, trauma centers and more…

The Poetry of Food Systems CollaborationSolving our food system challenges requires significant  collaboration. A recent article explores the benefits and challenges of transdisciplinary collaboration through a unique medium: poetry. The author took evaluations from a recent Food Systems conference at UVM, and transcribed them into poems.  These poems were able to uniquely emphasize the most pressing challenges of […]

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November 2020 Natural Shoreland Erosion Control Certification Trainings

Greetings Friends of Vermont Lakes, The lakes program of the Vermont DEC is offering two sessions of the Natural Shorelands Erosion Control Certification Training this November!  This year both sessions will be held live and entirely online.  The training covers topics related to shoreland development and lake water quality and are geared for all those who work […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Enjoy our monthly newsletter providing updates on research, outreach and education from Lake Champlain Sea Grant. UVM, SUNY-Plattsburgh receive national recognition, additional funding for Lake Champlain Sea Grant Institute By Julianna White, Research Program CoordinatorSeptember 30, 2020The Lake Champlain Sea Grant (LCSG) Institute attracted additional federal funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) […]

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Zoom a Scientist! A fall webinar series from the UVM Extension and Lake Champlain Sea Grant Education team.

Hi All, Please see our upcoming sessions! Join us Friday to learn about Remotely Operated Vehicles that are used in underwater research and recon! Zoom a Scientist! A fall webinar series from the UVM Extension and Lake Champlain Sea Grant Education team. The series addresses a range of topics and challenges related to watershed science […]

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September 2020 Webinars – Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Lake Champlain Sea GrantStormwater Education and Research Webinar Series  Lake Champlain Sea Grant invites you to attend our virtual webinar series beginning in September Stormwater Education SeriesCommunity Challenges and Solutions in Managing Stormwater Date/Time: Monday, September 28, 2020 – 4:00pm to 5:00pm Description: Learn how Essex Junction and Essex Town of Vermont work together to use a […]

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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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