Reports

Annual Reports

Vermont Clean Water Initiative Annual Investment Report

The Vermont Clean Water Initiative Annual Investment Report, prepared by the Vermont Secretary of Administration, is an annual report series summarizing state investments to address priority water quality problems across Vermont. 

Clean Water Initiative Program Annual Report 2015 (February 2016)

In State Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016), the Clean Water Initaitive Program (formerly known as the Ecosystem Restoration Program) awarded a total of 61 grants and contracts worth over $2 million of  funds to municipalities, watershed organizations, natural resources conservation districts, the regional planning commissions, the University of Vermont, and nongovernmental organizations to improve water quality. This report highlights program accomplishments, and summarizes these grant awards, including the number of projects and dollars awarded by watershed,  county, type, and funding source. 

Ecosystem Restoration Program Annual Report 2014 (February  2015)

Ecosystem Restoration Program Annual Report 2013 (February 2014)


Legislative Reports

2018 Report on Federal Funding Related to Water Quality Improvement Efforts in Vermont (August 2018)

List of Clean Water Improvement Projects Funded with Vermont Capital Funds in the First Four Months of Fiscal Year 2018 (November 2017)

2017 Federal Funding Related to Water Quality Improvement Efforts in Vermont, Interim Report (September 2017)

Vermont Subsurface Agricultural Tile Drainage Report (January 2017)

Act 97 Report - What is the Clean Water Initiative? (November 2014)

Act 138 Report - Water Quality Remediation, Implementation and Funding Report (January 2013)

  • Part I: Clean Water Needs, Financial Tools, and Administration
  • Part II: Lake Shoreland Protection and Restoration Management Options

Vermont Nonpoint Source Management Program

The Vermont NPS Management Program is a document that has been prepared by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) in fulfillment of a federal requirement. The document, which updates earlier versions of the Vermont Nonpoint Source Management Program, contains the key components the Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, requires for states to remain eligible for continued Section 319 grant funding to combat eligible types or sources of nonpoint source pollution.  DEC considers the Nonpoint Source Management Program document to be consistent with the implementation plan associated with the phosphorus-based Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) prepared by EPA for the Vermont portion of Lake Champlain and its drainage basin.

Vermont Nonpoint Source Management Program (August 2015)

Appendices to the Vermont Nonpoint Source Management Program

EPA Region 1 approval letter

Vermont Nonpoint Source Management Program Annual Reports