The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says a warning has been lifted against using the water of southern Lake Champlain. That follows the application of chemicals to kill sea lamprey in two Vermont rivers.
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and Wildlife officials hope to expand a program to control lampreys on Lake Champlain. U.S.
Fish and Wildlife officials want to expand the use of lampricide. It would be
used in new locations including the Lamoille River, Otter Creek in Vergennes, and Mill Brook in Port
Henry, New York.