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2015 North County Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference

CWICNY would like to thank all of the participants and vendors who made this event possible. The Eleventh Annual North Country Regional Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference provided an opportunity for design professionals, government officials lake association members and the general public to listen to regional experts in regards to green infrastructure, climate resiliency and local storrmwater improvement projects.

The presentations are here, available for your viewing. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact a CWICNY member for information.

If you have any suggestions for future topics, please contact Beth Gilles at 518.668.5773.

Thank you again and we hope to see you in 2016!

2014 Annual Report

In this edition:

Subwatershed Assessment
Water Quality Grant
10th Annual Stormwater Tradeshow

Read the 2014 Annual Report

Rainwater Harvesting and Irrigation Demonstration Project, Lake George, NY

Please take a look at a slideshow of the Rainwater Harvest and Irrigation Demonstration in Lake George, NY!

Investing in Improved Stream Crossings Benefits Communities and Natural Systems

The Adirondack Chapter of the Nature Conservancy have created a report about the benefits of investing in improved stream crossings:


Rural Roads Active Management Program

The Rural Roads Active Managemenge Program(RRAMP) information packet is now available online here
Rural Roads Active Managemenge Program(RRAMP) Best Practive Manual (BMP).

Skidder Bridges Available For Free Use In The Lake Champlain Watershed

Contact Jim Campopiano, Bridge Coordinator
(518) 798-4637
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The ARRA Roadside Erosion Assessment Project is now available online here!

CWICNY Background

Recognizing the need for more water quality improvement initiatives on the New York side of Lake Champlain, the five New York counties within the basin formed the Champlain Watershed Improvement Coalition of New York, Inc. (CWICNY). With representatives from the five county Soil and Water Conservation Districts, the five county Water Quality Coordinating Committees, and the Lake Champlain/Lake George Regional Planning Board, CWICNY goes beyond political boundaries and incorporates public sector/private citizen partnerships to complete projects good for the watershed as a whole.

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