Volunteers remove dog waste from Niquette Bay State Park in Malletts Bay on Saturday as part of the Lake Champlain Committee’s “April Stools Day.” | BOB HENNEBERGER

Volunteers remove dog waste from Niquette Bay State Park in Malletts Bay on Saturday as part of the Lake Champlain Committee’s “April Stools Day.” | BOB HENNEBERGER

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The thawing landscape is revealing a winter’s worth of woof waste.

A group of citizen stewards organized by the Lake Champlain Committee and the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation set out on foot Saturday to clean up three lakeside state parks that are popular dog-walking sites. Among the turnout were members of the conservation commissions in Colchester and Milton as well as the Colchester Democratic caucus.

They removed 650 piles of poop, Lake Champlain Committee …READ MORE 

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