We are the Friends of Northern Lake Champlain

Friends of Northern Lake Champlain is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding solutions to improve water quality in Lake Champlain. We work collaboratively with local communities, farmers, government, lake associations, regional planning, and policy developers to reduce polluted land use runoff into Lake Champlain. We need your help to continue our work. Click here to learn even more about our organization.


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2016 April Stools Day

2016 April Stools Day

Despite the pouring rain and heavy winds, four dedicated community members met for “doo-ty” at the fountain, located in the south-west corner of Taylor Park between the hours of 10 AM – 12 PM on April 1st scavenging the park for pet waste. Many do not know, but pet waste left on sidewalks, streets, yards… Read more →

 

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Missisquoi River Wild and Scenic Celebration

Missisquoi River Wild and Scenic Celebration

EVENT CELEBRATES WILD AND SCENIC VERMONT RIVERS . . . The Upper Missisquoi and Trout rivers have become the first Vermont waterways added to the prestigious National Wild and Scenic Rivers System, a network established in 1968 to help preserve rivers with exceptional natural, cultural, and recreational value. Join community members and local and national officials June… Read more →