Lake Champlain International (Lci)
Rating: 4.92 stars 79 reviews
Issues: Environment, Water
Location: 531 Main St Colchester VT 05446 USA
Target demographics: Those of all ages who enjoy, appreciate, stand in awe of, and love Lake Champlain and the communities and life it supports
Direct beneficiaries per year: 230,000
Geographic areas served: Lake Champlain Basin within Vermont, New York, and Quebec
Programs: Be A Champ Campaign, Imagine Eco Kids Contests, Coalition to Restore the Missisquoi River, Sea Lamprey Control Education, BLUE--residential water pollution abatement program, LCI Father's Day Fishing Derby, Lake Champlain Fisheries Creel Survey, After School Fishing Clubs, Fishing For Friends Mentoring Initiative, Wastewater and Drinking Water Infrastructure Awareness, Lake Champlain Salmon Restoration, Public Access Campaign, and Stormwater Education
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When our small organization became a vocal water quality advocate in the State of Vermont, the only organization we found that provided excellent information-and indeed the truth, was Lake Champlain International.
LCI is unbiased, and they provide information unfettered by political rhetoric. Without a doubt, LCI stands behind their motto "Clean Water, Healthy Fish, Happy People." Yet, unlike many non-profits, LCI does more than just stand behind their motto...they stand out front to lead the way in a decades-long fight for a clean and healthy Lake Champlain Basin. LCI provides valuable guidance to our local grassroots organizations, working endlessly to help us in the fight for clean water. LCI assists our local organizations in understanding the issues, provides us talking points for our local legislators, and conducts endless research to our benefit.
LCI is an organization that passes on the responsibility to maintain clean, healthy waters to the next generation, teaching our youth to care for our watersheds, all the while maintaining a healthy connection to them. In our collective mind, nothing could be more important.
Without LCI, we do believe our local grassroots organization would flounder in our own fight to save our small lake in the Lake Champlain Basin. To us, LCI is more than just a “great non-profit,” they are a priceless non-profit, and our organization is quite proud to be connected with them.
I really enjoy Lake Champlain, the natural resource that the LCI helps to promote and maintain. When i get up to Lake Champlain each year i appreciate all of the hard work this organization does for those of us who visit.
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