Effective April 1, 2017 the Vermont Wetland Rules will change from the 2010 version to the recently approved 2017 Vermont Wetland Rules. The purpose of this rulemaking is primarily to make minor administrative updates to the Vermont Wetland Rules, last amended in 2010.
This report summarizes currently available tile drain research, the process the agencies used to solicit input and gather information on the current status of tile drainage in Vermont, a series of management options for tile drain management intended to mitigate adverse impacts to water quality, and recommendations for how to implement each option.
The Office of the State Treasurer, in partnership with the Department of Environmental Conservation, the Department of Taxes, and other state agencies, submitted a report to the Legislature recommending how to fund water quality improvements in Vermont.
The LaRosa program is pleased to announce that the 2017 Request for Proposals (RFP) is now available for all who are interested in applying for laboratory services for the upcoming water sampling season.
Learn from successful, multi-sector, multi-town watershed resilience projects, and develop a project and grant proposal that will be well-positioned for application with selected public and private grant programs at the 2017 Leahy Center Environmental Summit scheduled for March 2017.
The Vermont Aquatic Nuisance Control Grant-in-aid grants program is now accepting applications for project year 2017 projects addressing aquatic invasive and nuisance species
This page discusses existing and candidate Class I wetlands in Vermont
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is pleased to announce the state fiscal year 2017 Request for Proposals (RFP) for Ecosystem Restoration grants.
Revision of the Vermont Stormwater Management Manual (VSMM) is currently going through rulemaking.
The Clean Water Fund Board is holding a 20-day public comment period on its proposed budget for next year’s Clean Water Fund.