Protecting Lake Iroquois
Nestled amid the rolling hills of mid-Chittenden County, Lake Iroquois is a 237-acre spring and tributary-fed body of water surrounded by the towns of Williston, Hinesburg, Richmond and St. George. The Lake Iroquois Association is a steward of this haven for recreation and wildlife and the surrounding ecosystem.
Learn how LIA continues to work to prevent and control the spread of invasive species such as Eurasian milfoil, water chestnut, and zebra mussels.
We maintain and improve the lake's water quality through 40+ years of data, stewardship projects, plant surveys and a detailed manual for lakeshore property owners.
Meet our greeters, spot wildlife, swim in the clean water, boat safely and have an enjoyable time at the lake.
Lake Iroquois Wins the Gold!
Lake Iroquois achieves Lake Wise Gold status.
GOOD NEWS FROM LATEST LAKE IROQUOIS PLANT SURVEY
The results of the Lake Iroquois Association’s fall aquatic plant survey are in and it’s good news.
A Big One that Didn't Get Away!
Wondering how the fishing has been in Lake Iroquois this summer? Take a look at what Mike Sommers recently caught in the south cove! This pickerel measured 2 feet. Reports from around the lake are…
Watershed partners unite to develop Watershed Action Plan for Lake Iroquois
The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (WNRCD) is pleased to announce the awarding of Lake Champlain Basin Program funds to develop a Watershed Action Plan for Lake Iroquois and the…