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Rural Roads Active Management Program

Applications for the 2018 New York Rural Roads Active Management Program (RRAMP) are now being accepted and can be found here.

The RRAMP information packet is available online here as well as the Rural Roads Active Managemenge Program (RRAMP) Best Practice Manual (BMP).

2016 Annual Report

Read the 2016 Annual Report

13th Annual North County Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference

Presentations from this years conference:

  • Evolution of New York City Water Supply
  • New York City Watershed Regulations
  • CSO LTCP Background, GI Code, GI Toolkit, GI Credit and Banking
  • Stormcrete
  • ADS
  • Stormwater Regulations in the Lake George Watershedy
  • Urban Drainage Modeling with LiDAR

  • CWICNY's NY Realtor Educational Training Program

    Real estate agents are in a unique position to educate members of the public, many upon their first arrival to the Lake Champlain Basin and Adirondack Park. CWICNY's NY Realtor Educational Training Program aims at training realtors on the important interactions between the natural world and development, including septic system, wells, floodplains and wetlands, so they can, in turn, educate their clients on making informed decisions for land use planning. This was achieved by developing a 3-hour, NYS DOS approved Watershed Protection Course for Real Estate Professionals. CWICNY partnered with staff from the Chazen Companies, Southern Adirondack Realtors, Northern Adirondack Board of Realtors, and the Clinton County Board of Realtors to bring this training to area realtors, which was funded by the Lake Champlain Basin Program.

    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:


    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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