News from Selected Month

The 2020 Cyanobacteria Monitoring Season is a wrap! A huge thank you to our dedicated volunteers—in sun and rain, heat and cold, monitors collectively filed over 2,500 reports during this year’s 19-week season!

The Lake Champlain Committee’s work for clean, accessible water continues year-round. Please stay involved as the weather cools. Your testimony at hearings, letters to policy makers, and discussions with family and friends can have a meaningful impact on the health of our waterways. If you’d like to help us expand monitoring coverage on Lake Champlain or an inland waterbody next year, or are interested in taking a training for educational purposes, please sign up here: bit.ly/31WY7Ln

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Most monitors who were still able to report observed good conditions this week—exceptions were low alert blooms at Eagle Bay, Rock Point in Burlington and on Shelburne Pond.

Next week will be the last week of formal reporting for the 2020 cyanobacteria monitoring season. If you’d like to help us expand monitoring coverage on Lake Champlain or an inland waterway next year, or are interested in taking a training for educational purposes, please sign up here: bit.ly/31WY7Ln. We’d love to have you!

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