Lake Iroquois Association

Learn more about Lake Iroquois, Vermont and become involved in activities and projects.

The Lake Iroquois Association was formed to maintain and enhance healthy ecosystems and appropriate public uses of Lake Iroquois (located in the four towns of Williston, Hinesburg, Richmond, and St. George, Vermont) and those aspects of its watershed which impact on the health and well being of the lake. The association does this by monitoring, prevention and management initiatives, research, education, advocacy and other actions, involving the co-operative efforts of property owners, town, state, and federal officials and other interested parties.

Recent Announcements

  • LIA IN CABIN LIFE MAGAZINE The March 2014 issue of Cabin Life, a national magazine promoted as “your guide to cottage, lake home and cabin living”, featured the Lake Iroquois Association in its monthly Lake ...
    Posted Mar 29, 2014, 1:11 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
  • LAKE WISE AWARD PRESENTED TO LOCAL LAKE IROQUOIS RESIDENTS Congratulations to Lessie and Steve Reiman of Beebe Lane, Lake Iroquois, for maintaining a lake-friendly shoreland property and being recognized by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resouces (ANR) with ...
    Posted Nov 20, 2013, 5:52 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
  • SHORELINE PROTECTION BILL STIRS UP CONTROVERSY The Shoreline Protection Bill H 526 that passed in the house and is being debated in the Vermont Senate has created quite a flurry of debate from people concerned about ...
    Posted Apr 15, 2013, 6:35 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
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