Not for long:
"Lake Champlain water being monitored for toxic algae" by Wilson Ring Associated Press August 01, 2015
MONTPELIER — Scientists say this summer is shaping up to be a bad year for blue-green algae on Lake Champlain, the potentially toxic blooms caused at least partly by phosphorous pollution from rivers and streams.
Last summer officials who monitor drinking water taken from Lake Champlain paid close attention when the water system that draws water from Lake Erie for Toledo, Ohio, and parts of southeastern Michigan was overwhelmed by blue-green algae, leaving hundreds of thousands without safe tap water for two days.
Not all blue-green algae contains toxins, but people who come into contact with the toxins can get skin rashes, vomiting, and diarrhea. The toxins have killed dogs and livestock.
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Sorry I don't have the energy for this article. Must be my age.