Lake Iroquois Association

Baby Loons on Lake Iroquois- Photo: Dick Phillips


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

Please consider a one-time donation or becoming a member.

Recent Announcements

  • The Lake Iroquois Monitor: Fall 2019 Newsletter is here The Fall 2019 edition of The Lake Iroquois Monitor is here!  Read the latest stories about: - Beebe Lane Improvement Project- The DASH Boat harvesting Milfoil- The 2019 Greeter Program recap ...
    Posted Oct 6, 2019, 6:15 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
  • Interim Report on Aquatic Vegetation of Lake Iroquois Published in September 2019 is the Interim Report on Aquatic Vegetation. The report was conducted at the request of the Lake Iroquois Association and provides and overview of existing aquatic ...
    Posted Sep 30, 2019, 5:49 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
  • PROTECT THE LOONS ON LAKE IROQUOIS! We have babies on the lake!  The loon pair that has summered on Lake Iroquois for several years, have successfully nested this year.  Loons and chicks are especially vulnerable at ...
    Posted Jul 21, 2019, 1:56 PM by Lake Iroquois Association
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