Even if you live far from a lake or river, your lawn and
yard care can affect water quality. You can help
keep Lake Champlain clean!
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The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is a pollution budget that establishes limits for the amount of phosphorus Lake Champlain can receive and remain healthy. Visit cleanwatercommitment.org to learn more.