Vermont landscape

​Our Mission

CONSERVING AND PROTECTING SOIL, WATER, AND NATURAL RESOURCES FOR THE LOCAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1945.

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This Saturday! Register now for our free Leave no Trace workshop.

 

 

Join us! Free Community Event! Lamoille River paddle and river clean up. Departing from Willow Crossings and taking in Jeffersonville at the Rt 15 bridge at VT Canoe and Kayak. Proudly sponsored by VT Canoe and Kayak! Bring your own boat or reserve one. Bring a picnic lunch and your family. Plan on a 4-5 hour duration. Please RSVP so we can reserve boats and arrange for shuttling.

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2022 Spring Newsletter available

Spring 2022

2021 Fall Newsletter available

Fall 2021 Newsletter

Put A Tree On It! T-Shirt Sale

Help LCCD continue on its community driven mission to conserve our soils and keep our water clean! Sales | Lamoille Conservation District (lcnrcd.com)

Lake Wise Awards

Congratulations to Anne Ford  and Art Curcillo for winning the Vt DEC’s Lake Wise Award! It is no easy feat to win. The goal of Lake Wise is to establish a new normal, a new culture of lakeshore landscaping that is proven to help protect the lake. A property that earns the Lake Wise Award will represent a “model” shoreland property. The Lake Wise Award certifies a property is well managed, using shoreland Best Management Practices, and is maintained to care for the lake.  LCCD partners with the VT DEC  Lake Wise Program  to help landowners  receive technical assistance for fixing erosion, dirty runoff problems, and diminished shoreland vegetation which will protect lake quality and wildlife habitat. Lake Wise awards can be displayed on shoreline or smaller awards can be attached to a landowners mailbox. The idea is to inspire other landowners to make improvements on their land as well.  In the end it’s a win-win for all the residents on the lake who will see improvements in water quality and view a beautiful naturally established shoreline.