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.
2020 Milfoil Control Effort
A clearinghouse of everything we're doing to reduce Eurasian Milfoil's harms to water quality and recreation on Lake Iroquois.
Learn how LIA works 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.
On March 3, the Lake Iroquois Association and the Lake Iroquois Recreation District jointly filed an Aquatic Nuisance Control Permit Application with the Vermont Department of Environmental…
We are postponing this meeting due to the Coronavirus situation. We hope to be able to re-schedule later in the spring. Watch this space for further information
We have tentatively re-scheduled the LIA presentation for the April 15 Selectboard meeting. LIA President Chris Conant will be discussing milfoil control plans for Lake Iroquois