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Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
We envision a Vermont where people live in harmony with diverse and healthy natural systems; appreciate and enjoy our natural resources; work together responsibly to reduce waste and risks to human health and the environment; and prosper without significant degradation of natural systems. We envision a Vermont where people breathe clean air; drink clean water; eat safe food; and live in a sustained and healthy environment.

Vermont Lakes and Ponds
The Lakes and Ponds Management and Protection Program works to protect, maintain, enhance, and restore the health of Vermont lakes and the public uses that healthy lake ecosystems provide through outreach and education, monitoring and assessment, and regulatory programs.

Vermont Agency of Natural Resources
Respect. Protect. Enjoy. The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources promotes the sustainable use of Vermont's natural resources, protects and improves the health of Vermont's peoples and ecosystems, and promotes sustainable outdoor recreation.

Poultney Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District
The Poultney Mettowee Natural Resources Conservation District has been involved in soil and water conservation projects since Districts were created during the Dust Bowl Era. At our most elemental, we focus on practices that protect water and soil and foster healthy local communities. Our project focus currently involves agriculture, forestry, and stormwater improvement projects. We also participate in research and monitoring efforts in our watersheds, and conduct outreach and education over a broad spectrum of conservation issues.

Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds
The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds (FOVLAP) is a group of local lake and pond associations, individuals and others interested in promoting and maintaining the quality of the environment of, and the pleasure of living near and using, Vermont’s lakes and ponds.

Lake Champlain Basin Program
The Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP), a program partner of NEIWPCC, is a Congressionally-designated initiative to restore and protect Lake Champlain and its surrounding watershed. We work with partners in New York, Vermont, and Québec to coordinate and fund efforts to address challenges in the areas of phosphorus pollution, toxic substances, biodiversity, aquatic invasive species, and climate change.

LAKE ST. CATHERINE ASSOCIATION DOCUMENTS

Lake St. Catherine Association IRS Section 501(c)(3) Determination Letter
IRS Section 501(c)(3) Determination Letter, dated 12/15/13

Lake St. Catherine Association Corporate Documents
LSCA Corporate Documents, Articles of Association

DOWNLOADS

Lake St. Catherine - A Historical Scrapbook
2nd Edition. Compiled by Iris Hopson Read.

A Family Kind Of Place
"A Family Kind Of Place - Lake St. Catherine's Appeal Spans The Generations" by Nancy Boardman, photographed by Jerry LeBlond. This article appeared in the Summer 1997 edition of Vermont Life magazine.

Your Lake And You
Simple, Concrete Steps You Can Take in Your Home, Yard, and Community to Protect Your Lake. By The North American Lake Management Society.

Landscape Design For Healthy New England Lakes
Easy-to-use design templates and planting plans. By The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds - FOVLAP.

The Vermont Rain Garden Manual
This manual is a Vermont specific resource developed for homeowners, landscape architects, city planners, or any‐ one else interested in protecting local rivers and lakes through gardening. It’s contents are designed to clarify the installation process, demonstrate how rain gardens are cost‐effective stormwater management tools, and il‐ lustrate how they can be incorporated into a variety of landscapes.

Sharing The Edge: A Guide For Lakeshore Property Owners In Vermont
Published by the Vermont DEC, Lakes and Ponds Program, this property owner’s guide introduces a new or potential landowner to what a healthy lakeshore looks like and describes how Vermont manages its public waters as a natural resource.

2021 LSCA Membership Form
Please support the LSCA in 2021 by joining!
- You can download the PDF form, fill it out, and mail it in with your check. Or, click here to join online with a credit card.

AQUATIC VEGETATION REPORTS

2021 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2021 Annual Report

2020 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2020 Annual Report

2019 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2019 Annual Report

2018 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2018 Annual Report

2017 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2017 Annual Report

2016 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2016 Annual Report

2015 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2015 Annual Report

2014 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2014 Annual Report

2013 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2013 Annual Report

2012 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2012 Annual Report

2011 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2011 Annual Report

2010 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2010 Annual Report

2009 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2009 Annual Report

2008 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2008 Annual Report

2007 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2007 Annual Report

2006 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2006 Annual Report

2005 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2005 Annual Report

2004 - Aquatic Vegetation Management Report
Lake St. Catherine Aquatic Vegetation Management Plan 2004 Annual Report

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