Lake Raponda Association
The mission of The Lake Raponda Association is to preserve and enhance the natural resources and environmental health of Lake Raponda and the surrounding area for the benefit of current and future generations.
The loons have two eggs. Please respect their privacy and stay far from their nest.
Vermont’s growing population of black bears can lead to some surprise encounters around Lake Raponda. Understanding our furry neighbors and their habits is the best way to avoid problems. Jacklyn Comeau, wildlife scientist for Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has helped to develop the State’s Black Bear Program. Her deep knowledge of these remarkable creatures has led to great insights into “Living with Black Bears".
Do you know someone who would like a summer job? The Conservation District is hiring greeters for 22 hours a week at $15/hour. Information about the job opening is here. The job application is here. Information about the greeter program is here.
Local attorney Bob Fisher answered members' questions about property rights and trespass laws. Here is the audio recording: