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New York 2017-2018 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guides available

New York 2017-2018 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guides available The New York 2017-2018 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide is now available. Regulations in the guide are in effect from April 1, 2017, through March 31, 2018. Anglers should review a copy of the guide before casting a line after April 1.   Lake Champlain Special Focus This year's guide showcases Lake Champlain, with feature articles on Lake Champlain Fishing and Fisheries Management.   How to Get Your…

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Fort Ticonderoga to host immersive living event May 7-8

Fort Ticonderoga to host immersive living event May 7-8Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.suncommunitynews.comExperience an immersive living history event at Fort Ticonderoga highlighting the occupation of Ticonderoga by the American Northern Continental Army. On Saturday May 7 through Sunday May 8, guests will step into the year 1777 as soldiers muster together to train and dig-in, preparing for General Burgoyne’s British and Brunswick army expected at any time. This event will kick off the…

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Winooski fish lift open for the season

Fish lift at the Winooski One hydroelectric facility is operating for the spring seasonSourced through Scoop.it from: www.burlingtonfreepress.comThe Winooski One fish lift is operated annually through a joint effort between Vermont Fish & Wildlife, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Burlington Electric Department and Green Mountain Power.See on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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Have a Crappie spring!

One of the most popular and sought after freshwater fish after ice out is the spring crappie.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.suncommunitynews.comREMINDER: NYS regulations for Lake Champlain’s crappie size limit is 8 inches and daily limit is 25.See on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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Champlain Bridge Run to aid school program

The fifth annual The New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run will be contested Saturday, May 21, at 10 a.m.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.suncommunitynews.comThe New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run was part of a two-day celebration marking the opening of the new bridge in 2012. That celebration is over, but the New York/Vermont 5K Champlain Bridge Run lives on.See on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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Vermont Supreme Court Says Burlington Can Party On at Waterfront Park

The Vermont Supreme Court ruled Friday that the city can continue to hold year-round events at Waterfront Park, concluding a long-running legal battle.Sourced through Scoop.it from: m.sevendaysvt.comBurlington, VT mayor, Miro Weinberger called Monday's decision an important victory for the city. "For nearly four years, at my direction, the city has fought to protect and expand the public’s right to enjoy Waterfront Park throughout the year in response to private attempts to dramatically…

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Keep Local Farm Funds helps Vermont farmers protect water quality, awards over $100,000 in grants

CVFC will use the funds primarily to help farmers learn about new ways to protect and enhance water quality in the state. CVFC is a non‐profit organization dedicated to preserving the quality of the environment while maintaining a strong farm economy in Vermont.Sourced through Scoop.it from: vermontbiz.comSee on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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Scientists Discuss Growing Microfiber Pollution Problem

In the last year or so many people have become familiar with microbeads — the microscopic abrasive balls in cosmetic and other cleansing products.Sourced through Scoop.it from: wamc.orgThis week, Mountain Lake PBS in Plattsburgh taped a forum on the environmental hazards of microbeads. The scientists also pointed out that microfibers are harming the region’s waterways.See on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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Pharmaceuticals present in Burlington wastewater

UVM researcher found Burlington treatment plant pouring water into Lake Champlain with concentrations of pharmaceuticals.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.burlingtonfreepress.comThe drug residue is having a measurable effect on aquatic life in the lake, with pharmaceutical buildup seen in the brains of fish and behavior changes observed in zooplankton, which could have a cascading effect through the food chain.See on Scoop.it - Lake Champlain…

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How Soon Should Public Be Notified When Sewage Spill Occurs? VT Senate Weighs Options

How soon should the public find out about a spill or overflow of untreated sewage from a treatment plant into a river or lake? That's the question VT Senate is considering now.Sourced through Scoop.it from: digital.vpr.netSewage plant operators are supposed to tell the state's Dept. of Environmental Conservation of a spill or overflow, and under state law, the agency has 24 hours to post a notice online. The senators are trying to decide if they should require notification within four hours or…

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