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News Release — Agency of Natural Resources & Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets September 21, 2017 Media Contacts: Julie Moore, Secretary, VT Agency of Natural Resources 802-828-1294 Anson Tebbetts, Secretary, VT Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets 802-828-5667 New Rules and Programming to Support On-the-Ground Implementation in 2017 and Beyond Montpelier, VT – Today, the […]
News Release — Vermont Department of Health September 21, 2017 Media Contacts: Vermont Department of Health 802-863-7281 Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Perry Thomas, Lakes & Ponds Program Manager 802-490-6198 BURLINGTON – The current warm, sunny weather has created ideal growing conditions for cyanobacteria in Vermont waters, especially at Lake Carmi and St. Albans Bay […]
“If you know what split-pea soup looks like, it looks like pea soup,” a neighbor said. Blue-green algae now covers the entire lake surface. The state will inject oxygen into the lake to stem the growth of cyanobacteria.