New research by Brian Voigt puts a hefty price tag on the visual beauty of Lake Champlain.

A drop in lake clarity – from algae or pollution – could bring a $17M decline in tourism, home prices and jobs – in July and August alone – he finds.

The study appeared in 20+ news outlets, including Associated PressBurlington Free PressVermont Public RadioWCAX TV,NECN TV, Connecticut Post, Greenwich Times, WPTZ TV, Barre-Montpellier Times Argus and the Williston Observer.

 

PUBLISHED

07-22-2016
Mark Hendry