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LIA Fall Newsletter Now Available

Posted 10/23/23

The Fall 2023 LIA newsletter “The Lake Iroquois Monitor” is now available. Review some of the happenings around the lake and learn about what is coming up this fall and winter. You can find the…

Get the Lead Out and Protect the Loons!

Posted 7/27/23

The LIA has mounted a tube at the fishing access for anglers to dispose of their lead tackle. Please don’t discard lead tackle or monofilament line in the lake or near the shoreline. We need your help…

The 2023 Lake Iroquois Association Annual Meeting and Potluck July 19, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Event date: 7/5/23

Julie Moore, Secretary of the Agency of Natural Resources will be the guest speaker and will present the Lake Wise Gold Award to Lake Iroquois for having 15% of the lake front properties reaching the…

Loon Babies on the Lake!

Posted 6/8/23

The loons returned this spring, went immediately to the nest raft, and last week, two chicks hatched. The first hatched on June 2 and the second hatched on June 3.   You might see the babies riding…

The Ice is Out!

Posted 4/11/23

This year’s Ice-Out Challenge came to an end on April 7, 2023, at 1:58 p.m. Eight winners selected the identical date and time.

Lake Organizations Awarded Federal Grant

Posted 4/7/23

LIA and LIRD receive a $320,000 Federal Grant for remediation of Beebe Lane.

Watershed Partners Unite to Develop Watershed Action Plan for Lake Iroquois and Patrick Brook

Posted 4/4/23

The Winooski Natrual Resource Conservation District, the Lake Iroquois Association, and the Lewis Creek Association have partnered to create a watershed action plan for Lake Iroquois and Patrick…

Public Meeting on Draft Wake Boat Rules

Event date: 1/26/23

A public meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 15, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. on draft proposed rules for wake boats on Vermont public waters.

Lake Wise Award

Lake Iroquois Wins the Gold!

Posted 1/7/23

Lake Iroquois achieves Lake Wise Gold status.

Lake Iroquois from Oak Hill Road


Posted 10/20/22

The results of the Lake Iroquois Association’s fall aquatic plant survey are in and it’s good news.