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Centennial Woods Natural Area

 

Looking southeast at electric transmission lines and stormwater retention pond.

Issues: Development, Open Space, Pollution

DEVELOPMENT

Centennial District, UVM Master Plan 2006.

Hemingway, Sam. UVM's Nature Area Is Shrinking. Burlington Free Press, Dec. 20, 1986.
UVM Natural Areas Reference File, Special Collections

Totten, Shay. Whose Woods Are These? Vermont Times, January 29, 1997.
UVM Natural Areas Reference File, Special Collections

Totten, Shay. Report: Preserve More of Centennial Woods. Vermont Times, March 26, 1997.
UVM Natural Areas Reference File, Special Collections

OPEN SPACE

Burlington Dept. of Planning and Zoning. City of Burlington, VT Open Space Protection Plan. 2000.

Describes natural characteristics and identifies potential threats.

POLLUTION

Furnace Leaked Fuel Oil. Burlington Free Press, Nov. 10, 1982, page 1B.
Oil leak reaches beaver pond in Centennial Woods.
UVM Natural Areas Reference File, Special Collections

Schwarz, Eric. Oil Spill in Centennial. Vermont Cynic, Nov. 11, 1982.

Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Total Maximum Daily Load to Address Biological Impairment in Centennial Brook. 2007.

Describes the Centennial Brook watershed, the nature of stormwater impairment and pollutants, and plan that has been implemented.

Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Initial Designation Pursuant to Clean Water Act, for Centennial Brook. 2009.

Describes the watershed, evidence and sources of stormwater impairment, and permit requirements.

Vermont Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Centennial Brook Watershed, Burlington, South Burlington, Vermont, Waterbody ID VT08-02 Permitted Stormwater Discharges.