LCI Protect Lake Champlain Tip of the Week

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Have you ever met someone who likes polluted water?  At Lake Champlain International (LCI), we know that everyone loves clean water.  Whether you use Lake Champlain to swim, drink, fish, boat, water ski, or just look at, water pollution is an issue we can all fight to keep out of our lake. 

So, what can you do to keep polluted water runoff from harming the health and safety of Lake Champlain?

Each week we post a new Water Pollution Prevention Tip of the Week.  The tip can also be found in the Sunday issue of the Burlington Free Press, on Front Porch Forum, and in the LCI blog. We hope that you find these tips helpful around your house and lawn during your everyday activities.


 

  Click here for Tip #1 - Redirecting Your Downspout 

 


  

  Click here for Tip #2 - Using Safe Pesticide Alternatives

 


 

  Click here for Tip #3 - Grass Height & Mulching

 


 

  Click here for Tip #4 - Driveway Sealing

 


 

  Click here for Tip #5 - Lawn Fertilizers

 


  Click here for Tip #6 - Pet Waste


   Click here for Tip #7 - Rain Gardens


   Click here for Tip #8 - Vehicle Fluids


  Click here for Tip #9 - Preparing for a Storm


  Click here for Tip #10 - Planting Trees


  Click here for Tip #11 - Moving Lawn Debris from Roads & Driveways


  Click here for Tip #12 - Washing Our Vehicles


  Click here for Tip #13 - Cleaning Our Gutters


  Click here for Tip #14 - Pharmaceuticals & Personal Car Products


   Click here for Tip #15 - Low-flow Fixtures


   Click here for Tip #16 - De-icers


   Click here for Tip #17 - Pumping Your Septic System


   Click here for Tip #18 - Phosphorus-free detergents


   Click here for Tip #19 - Household vinegar as a cleaner


   Click here for Tip #20 - Start adopting past tips!


  Click here for Tip #21 - Ask a farmer how they prevent pollution


  Click here for Tip #22 - Incorporate organic ingredients into meals