International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board
The International Joint Commission established the International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board in 2016 to undertake a study of the causes, impacts, risks and potential solutions to flooding in the basin as per the Reference received from the U.S. and Canadian Governments. The Study Board was created to undertake Option B of the 2013 Plan of Study outlined in the International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Technical Working Group's final report and technical reports submitted to the Commission in November 2015. Read the current Study's work plan and the Study brochure.
This site contains information about upcoming events, study news, and is where you can share your views on the Study's work. Your participation can help inform the Study Board of public opinions of possible mitigation measures as they work to make recommendations that will be provided to the International Joint Commission in 2022. Stay connected.
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The International Lake Champlain-Richelieu River Study Board will recommend to the International Joint Commission flood mitigation measures as well as tools for flood forecasting and preparedness. The Study Board’s final report is expected in 2022.
The IJC is committed to engaging the public through open houses and online consultations, and publicizing news and updates on study activities here. Stay connected through LCRR Study updates.