Black River Action Team Hosting Cyanobacteria Monitoring Training Session

posted Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The Black River Action Team is hosting a cyanobacteria (toxic blue-green algae) monitoring training session on Thursday, July 18th from 5:30 - 7 PM in Springfield, VT. Directions and parking information will be given upon registration with Angela Shambaugh by emailing [email protected], or by calling BRAT Director Kelly Stettner and leaving your contact information at 802-738-0456.

If you or anyone you know goes swimming, boating, fishing, tubing, wading, or otherwise recreating in a lake, pond, or even slow section of river, you need this information. If your dog goes in the water, you need this information. A cyanobacteria bloom can be harmful to your health and your pet's health.

** Everyone is welcome, information is NOT limited to just Vermont! **

Black River Action Team Hosting Cyanobacteria Monitoring Training Session

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