What Does Cleaned, Drained and Dry Mean For My Boat?

Cleaned, drained and dry is the standard way to protect lakes like Lake George from the inadvertent introduction and transmission of invasive species. For Lake George, there is a specific website, http://lgboatinspections.com, where you can get information on the Lake George Park Commission’s mandatory boat inspection program, which was a regulatory outgrowth of the Lake George…
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Lake George Association Again Invests $30,000 In LGPC Mandatory Boat Inspection Program

For the third year in a row, the Lake George Association is investing $30,000 in the Lake George Park Commission’s Mandatory Boat Inspection Program. It is a concrete example of the LGA members’ commitment to protecting Lake George water quality. Additionally, the Lake George Association will be dedicating a second year of funding from a…
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LGA Pleased With Success of 2017 Park Commission Boat Inspection Program

As a partner in the Lake George Park Commission’s Mandatory Boat Inspection Program, the Lake George Association is pleased at the results of the 2017 program. The program, which requires that all trailered boats being launched into Lake George undergo an inspection at one of the seven regional inspection stations around Lake George before they…
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You Can Make A Difference In Lake George Water Quality Right Outside Your Door! Contribute Now

All the money raised by the Lake George Association stays in the Lake George watershed and is used to protect Lake George from Ticonderoga to Lake George Village.
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