St. Albans Bay

Quebec study focuses on illnesses linked to blue-green algae

A new study published by a team of Canadian scientists warns that exposure to blue-green algae can lead to gastrointestinal illness and other symptoms.

Blue-green algae blooms popping up on Lake Champlain

The most significant bloom is in St. Albans, which was labeled as a high alert site by the state Department of Health. This includes two locations in the bay, the St. Albans boat launch and Bay Park. The other two locations are in Swanton and Malletts Bay in Colchester.

In This State: Tired of waiting for a better St. Albans Bay

Gould Susslin, 85, has seen algae-prevention efforts come and go on St. Albans Bay but from his perspective, it hasn’t been good enough.

Cows, corn and cash: Lake Champlain water quality studies net frustration

Lake-area residents are growing frustrated with the state’s failure to take substantive steps to thwart the phosphoros-induced blooms of toxic blue-green algae that will likely return this summer.

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