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Lake Champlain Action Plan

Stakeholders gather to sign a new plan that outlines the next steps over the next 5 years to protect and restore Lake Champlain and its basin, including a focus on the impacts of climate change and combating invasive species. We also talk with Meg Modley, the Aquatic Invasive Species Management Coordinator for LCBP about the first round of monitoring for the Round Goby, an invasive fish that has made its way from the Great Lakes and Erie Canal to the Hudson River and could soon spread to the Champlain Canal which it could use as a route to enter the southern end of Lake Champlain.

We talked with Meg Modley a few weeks ago about why the Round Goby is an invasive species that has scientists worried: