The Lake Champlain Committee (LCC) is a non-profit citizens' organization working to protect Lake Champlain's health and accessibility since 1963. LCC uses science-based advocacy, education and collaborative action to protect water quality, safeguard natural habitats, and foster stewardship. We take a whole-lake approach to issues that affect this natural treasure, which boasts nearly 600 miles of shoreline in New York, Vermont and Quebec.
No matter how you choose to enjoy Lake Champlain, we invite you to explore our web site to learn more about the lake's health, current ecologic challenges, and ways to access its resources, including the Lake Champlain Paddlers' Trail. As you explore, we hope you'll consider how you can personally make a positive impact on the quality of its water and ecosystem.
Lake Champlain Committee
208 Flynn Avenue, Building 3, Studio 3F
Burlington, Vermont 05401
Telephone: (802) 658-1414