Advocacy

The Lake Iroquois Association (LIA) is a member of The Federation of Vermont Lakes and Ponds (FOVLAP) 
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. 

FOVLAP also does a great job reporting on legislation that is relevant to our constituents, read their well done reports here.

We can learn from these associations about how other lakes are dealing with issues like the ones we have.  

The LIA meets with Conservation Commissions, Planning Commissions, Development Review Boards and Selectboards in Hinesburg, Williston, Richmond, and St. George to advocate for the lake.

“Advocacy is the art of focused persuasion to bring positive change at the local, state and national levels.”



Need A Speaker?

Puzzled about whom to invite to speak at your association meeting? Holding a meeting of a nonprofit association or local business? Want to learn more about what the Lake Iroquois Association is doing?

Bob Pasco, LIA President and Roger Crouse, LIA Past President, welcome the opportunity to meet with you, your association or business or neighborhood gathering to share results and plans of the Lake Iroquois Association. To schedule a visit with your group, please contact Bob at bobpasco@hotmail.com or
878-6242.