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Lake Raponda Greeter Program
Lake Raponda Association members Bob Bois and Jack Widness have been
working with the Town of Wilmington and the Vermont Watershed
Management Division. As reported
in the Deerfield Valley News
, they have obtained funding
for the 2019
greeter program, which will help keep invasive species out of the
The program needs volunteer greeters for hours when no paid greeter
is on duty. Please come to the greeter training on Friday May 17.
Details are here
. For information about being a greeter,
contact Bob Bois.
The greeter program is part of the association's Lake Health
Initiative. Learn more here
Lake Raponda's greeter shed
Lake Watershed Assessment Project
Lake Raponda has received a $3500 grant to develop a benchmark
analysis of the condition of the lake's watershed. Volunteers
will be vital, so plan to come to an information meeting May 24 at
2pm at President Will Melton's cottage, 264 Lake Raponda Road.
Loons at Lake Raponda
You can learn more about loons at the Vermont
Loon Conservation Project