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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. 

The 2022 Ice-Out Challenge

Tickets are now on sale for our Ice-Out fundraiser! Guess the date and time when a concrete block will break through the ice on Lake Iroquois, Vermont, and you’ll win 50% of the pot!

Enter the Challenge

5% of the goal has been reached

We’re just 5% of the way to our $5,000 goal. Let’s get things warmed up!

Read All About It!

Posted 10/27/21

The Fall 2021 LIA newsletter The Lake Iroquois Monitor is now available here. Read a message from Shannon Kelly, LIA’s new president, find out how many boats visited Lake Iroquois on weekends this…

What A Difference!

Posted 10/12/21

The ProcellaCOR treatment, carried out on June 28, has made a huge difference this summer on Lake Iroquois. Where once we would see matted stands of milfoil by the middle of summer, especially at the…

Watershed partners unite to develop Watershed Action Plan for Lake Iroquois

Posted 8/20/21

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…

The Lake Iroquois Lake Management Plan 2020-2025

Posted 5/20/21

The LIA announces publication of the new five-year lake management plan.