Battling 'putrid' outbreaks on the Adirondack Park's eastern flank, New York and Vermont advocates struggle to reduce phosphorus pollution in Lake Champlain By RY RIVARD A few billion years ago, cyanobacteria were creators. The colorful … [Read more...] about A lake in crisis
harmful algal blooms
By CORRINA PARNAPY Lake Champlain, like some other Adirondack lakes, experiences harmful algal blooms. These blooms can close beaches, impact drinking water and deter people from recreating. Organizations and agencies on both sides of the lake are … [Read more...] about What is a harmful algal bloom?
By SARA RUBERG Charles R. Wood Park in the Village of Lake George transcends a typical park. Visitors can enjoy recreational activities on one end which features a playground, skate park and festival commons. But the focal point of the park … [Read more...] about Former Lake George entertainment hub now filters pollutants