July 14, 2014 - Flood Ready Vermont web site - Vermont leaders have a new online tool to help their communities become more flood resilient: Flood Ready Vermont at www.floodready.vermont.gov Flood Ready Vermont compiles maps, information, and learning from around the state. This website will help community leaders in their work to avoid damage from flooding and to become more flood resilient. You will find information on post-disaster funding and how well communities are prepared, and more tools and data your community needs.
July 1, 2014 - Effective July 1, 2014, the Vermont Shoreland Protection Act (Chapter 49A of Title 10 §1441 et seq.) applies to activities within 250 feet of the mean water level of all lakes greater than 10 acres in size. It establishes a new state regulation for guiding shoreland development. The intent of the Act is to prevent degradation of water quality in lakes, preserve habitat and natural stability of shorelines, and maintain the economic benefits of lakes and their shorelands by defining standards for the creation of buildings, driveways, and cleared areas in shorelands. The Act seeks to balance good shoreland management and shoreland development. For more information >>
June 2014 - "The Vermont Materials Management Plan: Moving from Solid Waste towards Sustainable Management - Effective date June 18, 2014" For more information >>
May 29, 2014 - Restoring Lake Champlain: Vermont Lake Champlain Phosphorus TMDL Phase 1 Implementation Plan, May 29, 2014
Monday March 31, 2014 - "When Governments Cooperate - State Government Municipal Day 2014" a Day of Workshops for Vermont's Local Officials". The Agency of Natural Resources, in cooperation with VTrans and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, invite you to participate in an all-day event that will include poster presentations, workshops, technical assistance and the opportunity to engage with Agency staff members and municipal colleagues from across the state. For details and workshop presentations >>