ECO members serve all around the state with non-profits and municipalities. Below is a list of our current host organizations, links to their websites, and their missions.
Addison County Regional Planning Commission The mission of ACRPC is to provide a forum for municipalities to discuss and resolve mutual concerns, to provide assistance to municipalities with the planning process and information gathering, to develop a regional plan, and to be a central repository of planning information.
Addison County Solid Waste Management District The purpose of the District is to promote waste reduction, maximize diversion of wastes through reuse, recycling and composting, and to provide for the disposal of remaining wastes.
BattenKill Watershed Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area We are a collaboration between land owners and land managers with a mission to manage and raise awareness about invasive species in the Batten Kill Watershed.
Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District CVSWMD provides leadership, education, and services for residents and businesses in reducing and managing their solid waste in order to protect public health and the environment to the greatest extent feasible.
VT DEC Monitoring, Assessment & Planning Program MAPP measures water quality indicators and evaluates these indicators in light of applicable standards or thresholds. MAPP also conducts water quality modeling, oversees water quality remediation planning for regulated entities, and maintains a comprehensive water quality database representing Vermont’s surface waters.
Franklin County Natural Resources Conservation District We assist farmers, landowners, and the community of Franklin County, VT with resource conservation projects, education, and public information. Our efforts to conserve and protect our soil and water resources will enhance our community and county.
Friends of Northern Lake Champlain Friends of Northern Lake Champlain is a non-profit organization that acts to clean the waters of northern Lake Champlain and it’s watershed by working collaboratively with citizens, businesses, farmers and government to reduce land-use pollution.
Lake Champlain Committee The Lake Champlain Committee is dedicated to protecting Lake Champlain’s environmental integrity and recreational resources for this and future generations through science-based advocacy, education and collaborative action.
Lamoille Solid Waste Management District The mission of the Lamoille Regional Solid Waste Management District is to reduce the quantity and toxicity of the trash generated and going to the landfill while maintaining or improving overall environmental quality (air, water, and soil), treating customers and employees with respect and operating within a balanced budget.
Middlebury Area Land Trust Working with our community to conserve natural and productive landscapes, and to enhance scenic, recreational, and educational opportunities.
Missisquoi River Basin Association To restore and maintain the ecological integrity of the Missisquoi River system...
Montpelier Parks, Trees & Conservation Care for and improve the health of downtown trees and street trees, and other trees under the care of the city of Montpelier, under general direction from the Director of Parks and Trees, and the Parks and Trees Supervisor
Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) facilitates, supports and encourages the growth and viability of agriculture in Vermont while protecting the working landscape, human health, animal health, plant health, consumers and the environment.
Vermont Center for Ecostudies The Vermont Center for Ecostudies promotes wildlife conservation across the Americas using the combined strength of scientific research and citizen engagement.
Vermont Land Trust Current and future generations are deeply connected to the land and benefit from its deliberate protection and responsible stewardship.
Vermont Forest, Parks & Recreation The Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation practices and encourages high quality stewardship of Vermont’s forested landscape and outdoor recreation.
Windham Regional Commission Our core program of work focuses on the areas of: assistance to towns on planning and zoning; regional plans; transportation, including bike, pedestrian, transit, and rail; community development, including brownfield redevelopment and community development block grant support; energy; project review; natural resources; GIS mapping support for towns; and all-hazards emergency planning.
White River Partnership The WRP envisions a White River watershed in which individuals and communities work together to make informed decisions that protect and improve water quality, fish and wildlife habitat, flood resilience, and recreational river access.
Franklin Watershed Committee Working to improve water quality in Lake Carmi and other bodies of water in the Franklin Watershed.
Northwest Regional Planning Commission NRPC provides leadership and technical expertise to encourage cooperative planning within and among the region’s communities and area-wide interests.