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. Lake Champlain Sea Grant Announces 2 National Fellowship OpportunitiesBy Lake Champlain Sea Grant StaffNovember 03, 2021The National Sea Grant Office and Lake Champlain Sea Grant announce two prestigious fellowship opportunities for early-career training and research experiences by current or […]

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ecoNEWS VT Fall 2021 Newsletter

Highlighting the latest findings in ecological research and monitoring from across Vermont Fall conjures up images of foliage, crisp mornings, and even the beginnings of snow. Along with these seasonal joys comes our fall newsletter! In this edition, we feature research concerning how environmental conditions impact invasive fish in Lake Champlain, the plight of immigrant […]

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October 27th Research Webinar: Quantifying Benefits & Costs of Reducing Phosphorus

Lake Champlain Sea GrantFall 2021 Research Seminar Series Lake Champlain Sea Grant invites you to attend the October research presentation in our fall seminar series. Quantifying the Social Benefits and Costs of Reducing Phosphorus Loading Under Climate Change Date/Time: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:00pm ETLocation: Virtual attendance on ZoomSpeaker: Jesse Gourevitch, University of Vermont PhD graduate […]

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Monthly Newsletter from Lake Champlain Sea Grant

Northern Star: A Floating ClassroomBy Heather McKeown, Deckhand, Northern Star September 29, 2021Coventry Village School students boarded and learned about Lake Memphremagog. Deckhand Heather McKeown wrote this story about her experience on board the Northern Star of Newport, Vermont on the waters of Lake Memphremagog where she taught and learned with students and staff from Coventry… [read […]

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October E-News from VNRC

October E-Newsletter from VNRC October is shaping up to be a busy month! See below for the latest news and upcoming events. There’s still time to raise your voice in support of a strong and equitable Climate Action Plan: RSVP here for the Vermont Climate Council’s public engagement zoom sessions today and tomorrow, and review VNRC’s priorities for […]

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Lake Champlain Fall 2021 Research Seminars

Lake Champlain Sea GrantFall 2021 Research Seminar Series Lake Champlain Sea Grant invites you to attend our seminar seriesbeginning in September 2021 with both in-person and virtual attendance. Assessing Chemical and Biological Recovery From Acid Deposition in Montane Vermont Lakes Date/Time: Wednesday, September 29, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:00pm ETLocation: University of Vermont Aiken Center, Room 311 or virtual […]

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Your voice needed to shape VT’s Climate Action Plan!

Lake Champlain’s Health is Affected by Climate ChangeAttend an upcoming meeting to help shape the Vermont Climate Action Plan. September 20, 2021The state of Vermont is developing its Climate Action Plan and drafters need your input to produce a forward-thinking guidance document that addresses the climate emergency. Seven events to gain public comments will be held throughout […]

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Call for Abstracts for the 2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference

Call for Abstracts for the 2022 Lake Champlain Research Conference Grand Isle, VT – The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP),Lake Champlain Sea Grant, and the Lake Champlain Research Consortium are pleased to announce the next Lake Champlain Research Conference will be held from January 10th-12th, 2022 at the University of Vermont.  In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the U.S. […]

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March/ Rally to Stop Line 3/Climate – September 24

Climate: What Can We Do? PLEASE JOIN US      PLEASE PASS ALONG THE WORD  STOP LINE 3 MARCH and RALLY BURLINGTON  FRIDAY SEPT 24th.  3:00 Meet at CITY HALL PARK, Burlington. Rally @5:00 at Battery Park Burlington with People’s Kitchen, music and speakers.  LINE 3 is a TAR SANDS PIPELINE, the most corrosive and carbon intensive […]

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