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Maine Lakes Report

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The 2013 Maine Lakes Report will be available in the spring of 2014. Check back soon for more information.

Maine Lakes Report Annual Report Cover 2012

The 2012 Maine Lakes Report is now available online in color, or in the black-and-white print version (covers and large-format maps are in color). The 2012 Maine Lakes Report is the VLMP’s Annual Report, and summarizes 2012 Maine lake data with an overview of lake water quality and invasive aquatic plants. The report also includes an update of lakes with certified volunteer monitors. For a hard copy of the Annual Report contact us.

2012 print version erratum:

Page 14, Figure 10:
Minimum: 0.9, Maximum: 13.4, Mean: 5.2, N: 415

PDF Downloads (files may take a moment to load):

Map of 2012 Lake Transparency (2.5MB)

Map of Lakes with Invasive Aquatic Plant Surveys 2002-2012 (0.8MB)

Map of Maine Public Waters with Invasive Aquatic Plants (2MB)

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Our Mission

The Mission of the Maine Volunteer Lake Monitoring Program is to help protect Maine lakes through widespread citizen participation in the gathering and dissemination of credible scientific information pertaining to lake health. The VLMP trains, certifies and provides technical support to hundreds of volunteers who monitor a wide range of indicators of water quality, assess watershed health and function, and screen lakes for invasive aquatic plants and animals. In addition to being the primary source of lake data in the State of Maine, VLMP volunteers benefit their local lakes by playing key stewardship and leadership roles in their communities.

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The VLMP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization committed to the collection of information pertaining to lake water quality. For 40 years, trained volunteers throughout Maine have donated their time so that we may all learn more about one of Maine’s most beautiful and important resources — our lakes.