Report on Lake Champlain conditions by becoming a cyanobacteria monitor!

To participate as a cyanobacteria volunteer monitor, individuals must attend a training session (lasting about two and a half hours), have weekly access to a public or private lakeshore location, and be able to file weekly reports via an online form. The reporting season runs from mid-June through mid fall. LCC is also happy to train people who aren't able to provide weekly reports but are interested in increasing their understanding of lake conditions.

Cyanobacteria Monitor Interest Form

Please Complete Form Below
What type of training are you interested in? (All monitors, returning and first-time, are required to participate in a 2019 training session.)*
I'm also interested in daily monitoring. Please provide further information.
Are you monitoring as a state park or municipal park employee?
Yes, I'd like to help organize a training session for my neighborhood, town, or lake association! (State details below.)
Yes, I'm interested in helping monitor state or municipal site(s) after Labor Day in addition to my regular site(s).
How did you learn about LCC's cyanobacteria monitoring program? Select all that apply.