Photo courtesy of Cindy Meyer.
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Erosion Control Project on Lake Raponda Road
The Town of Wilmington and the Vermont Department of Environmental
Conservtion's Watershed Management Division completed a project at
the north end of Lake Raponda to "stabilize the 4 foot vertical
bank, reduce road and soil erosion and decrease nutrient and
sediment runoff into the lake." Here are the beautiful results!
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- Stabilizing Your Lake Shoreline
Sharing the Edge
- A Guide for Lakeshore Property Owners in
Town of Wilmington lake encroachment application
Town of Wilmington lake encroachment permit
Loons at Lake Raponda
The loon pair returned as soon as the ice melted and they are
nesting in the same area as last year. You can learn more
about loons at the Vermont
Loon Conservation Project
Aquatic Invasive Species
Learn how invasive species threaten Vermont lakes and what is being
done in the latest FOVLAP
Lake Raponda Greeter Program
The greeter program is part of the association's Lake Health
Initiative. Learn more here
Lake Raponda's greeter shed in winter