Lake Champlain

Cyanobacteria in Vermont

Icon to access cyanobacteria volunteer monitoring recruitment flyerCyanobacteria (also known as blue-green algae) are common native organisms in lakes, ponds and rivers around the world.  In Vermont, they can be found in any water body, river or stream.  Some species of cyanobacteria produce toxins and these toxins have been documented in some Vermont lakes.

Clean Water Lecture Series

Four panels of pictures; 1. Riparian buffer, 2. waterfall, 3. person on trail bridge, 4. a lake

The Department of Environmental Conservation hosts a monthly lecture series on a variety of clean water-related topics. Lectures are free and open to the public online via webinar (Microsoft Teams). See below for more information on upcoming clean water lectures.

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