The Shadow Lake Association (SLA) is a member-supported non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization dedicated to improving the understanding and management of Shadow Lake for its long-term environmental health.
The mission of the Association shall be to collaborate with lake residents, the Town of Glover, and the State of Vermont, to learn, educate and foster best management practices around Shadow Lake, in order to preserve and promote the healthy ecology of the lake and to ensure pristine water quality for the benefit of current and future generations.
2018-2019 SLA Officers and Directors;
- President – Jen Andrews
- Vice President – Phil Chartrand
- Treasurer – Bill Koch
- Secretary – Judy Dunbar
- Directors – David Burke, Corry Dudley, Ken Guilbault, Pete Gosselin, Kurt Muller, Howard Robinson, and Kristine Tooker.
The Shadow Lake Association is a founding member of the Federation Of Vermont Lakes And Ponds (FOVLAP). The initial organization began in 1972 and evolved into a statewide organization networking with more than 38 local lake and pond associations, other VT non-profit organizations, individuals and businesses who have joined together to protect and improve the quality of the environment and the pleasure of living near and using, Vermont’s lakes and ponds. FOVLAP collaborates closely with the VT Dept. of Environmental Conservation Lakes and Ponds Management Program.
SLA former director, Christine Cano, is currently a director of FOVLAP.
Shadow Lake is located within the VT Basin 17 (Memphremagog) watershed. The SLA is a partner with the Memphremagog Watershed Association (MWA) and the newly formed Memphremagog Stormwater Collaborative (SWC) group working together on a strategic plan to address stormwater runoff and flood resilience in the Lake Memphremagog watershed. Read the ‘Restoring Water Quality in the Lake Memphremagog Basin: 2015 Water Quality Report’
SLA is also a partner and proud supporter of the Vermont Clean Water Network, a group of more than 65 non-profit organizations, local, regional and state government agencies, businesses and individuals working collaboratively to create a culture of clean water.
Shadow Lake Association
P.O. Box 135
Glover, VT 05839