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Lake Champlain Basin-Wide OrganizationsThe Lake Champlain Basin, stretches west form the peaks of the Adirondacks in New York, east to the Green Mountains in Vermont and north into Quebec. This Basin includes 37 municipalities in Quebec, 57 in New York, and 145 in Vermont.
Missisquoi River and Grand-Isle RegionThe most northern sub-basin that includes parts of Quebec and Vermont.
|Missisquoi River Basin Association||Franklin Watershed Committee||Friends of Northern Lake Champlain|
Lamoille River RegionThis sub-basin reaches from Swanton in the north, south to Mallets Bay in Colchester.
|Friends of Green River Reservoir||The Greensboro Association||Lamoille County NRCD & Watershed Initiative|
|Lamoille River Watershed Commission||Morristown Conservation Commission||St. Albans Bay Area Watershed Association|
Winooski River RegionThe Winooski River begins at Coits Pond in Cabot and runs all the way to Lake Champlain through the city of Burlington. The watershed drains 1,080 square miles and includes seven major tributaries or 10% of Vermont. The Winooski watershed is the largest tributary watershed to Lake Champlain.
Otter/Lewis Creek RegionThe most southern Vermont sub-basin includes the longest river in the entire watershed.
|Lewis Creek Association||Upper Otter Creek Watershed Council|
Poultney-Mettowee River RegionThe southern Vermont and New York sub-basin encompasses both the Southern Lake and Lake George.
|Lake Bomoseen Association||Lake George Association||Lake George Watershed Conference|
|Lake St. Catherine Association||Poultney-Mettowee NRCD||Poultney-Mettowee Watershed Partnership|
Boquet/Ausable RiverThis New York sub-basin includes the shortest river in the watershed and the town of Lake Placid, the famous two-time Winter Olympic venue.
|AuSable River Association||Boquet River Association||Mirror Lake Association|
|Shore Owners Assoc. of Lake Placid|
Saranac/Chazy River RegionThis sub-basin reaches northern into Quebec but most of the basin is in New York's Adirondack Park.
|Upper Saranac Lake Association||Lake Colby Association|