Good news and bad news on the invasive species front for the Lake

By Walt Lender Lake George Association Executive Director There’s good news and there’s bad news this week as we mark the National Invasive Species Awareness Week – Feb. 26 to March 2. The good news, according to the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (one of the Lake George Association’s partners in defense against invasive species),…
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Lake George Association Annual Meeting Set For August 18 At Silver Bay YMCA

The Lake George Association will hold its 132nd annual meeting on August 18, 2017, at the Silver Bay YMCA. Members and friends will gather in the Boathouse overlooking the Lake. Our topic for this year’s meeting: A Family Discussion on Lake George Water Quality. LGA Water Quality Specialist Dr. Jeremy Farrell, Education Director Kristen Wilde…
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LGA Seeks Volunteers For Stream Monitoring Program

Training session planned for Friday, June 30 LAKE GEORGE –The Lake George Association is seeking volunteers to help with a program that evaluates Lake George water quality by monitoring streams that feed the Lake. The Lake George Association is the local coordinator for the Water Assessments by Volunteer Evaluators (WAVE) Program started by the State…
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