• Brodie Haenke

District and State Monitor Local Water Quality

Did you know that local water quality data is being collected all throughout the Missisquoi River watershed? In 2018 and 2019, the District led a volunteer water quality monitoring program in the Hungerford Brook and Black Creek subwatersheds through the Vermont DEC’s LaRosa Partnership Program. The LaRosa program will return in 2021 and we are looking for input from the community about priority sampling sites. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer water sampler or are interested in knowing more about your local water quality please contact us.


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