Lake Champlain phosphorus

Cyanobacteria in Vermont

Cyanobacteria (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.  Cyanobacteria are not always toxic and it is not possible to tell by looking if toxins are present.  For this reason, the Vermont Department of Health and the Vermont DEC recommend that everyone avoid contact with cyanobacteria.

Stormwater Permitting Rule Update

Updated 1/11/2019

The final proposed Stormwater Permitting Rule was filed with the Legislative Committee for Administrative Rules (LCAR) for review at LCAR’s 1/31/2019 meeting.

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