State looking for “ice-out dates”

VERMONT- The Department of Environmental Conservation is asking Vermonters to report when lakes and ponds lose their ice cover, also known as the “ice-out date.”
Once a lake or pond is completely free of ice from shore to shore, DEC scientists can begin their spring water-quality sampling efforts. The ice-out data also helps scientists track the effects of climate change in Vermont.

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