Here’s How To Protect The Lake And Enjoy Your Yard

By Kristen Wilde, LGA Director of Education Spring is here (at least I think it is, though it hasn’t felt very spring-like) and many of us are preparing our yards to get them ready for spring and summer fun. If you are working on cleaning and feeding your yard, please remember that everything you do…
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Stopping polluted stormwater will keep Lake George protected for the long term

By Walt LenderExecutive Director, Lake George Association All the work the Lake George Association has done over the years to protect water quality continues to be reflected in scientific studies – and the fact that the state continues to rate Lake George as Class AA Special. Our most recent results from our water quality monitoring…
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A Few Questions About Your Yard And Lake-Protective Fall Yard Care

By Kristen Wilde,LGA Education Director How did it get to be fall already? It seems like the seasons are moving faster, and summer never seems like it is long enough … For us in the Lake George watershed, fall means gorgeous views of our mountains as they change from bright greens to oranges, yellows and…
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Contaminants of Emerging Concern Are Subject of LGA’s 134th Meeting

The Lake George Association is bringing in experts from around New York State to discuss with members and guests the results of a yearlong water sampling research project for “Contaminants of Emerging Concern.” LGA staff were trained in spring 2018 in order to participate in this research project. The public is cordially invited to the…
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West Brook Conservation Initiative Removing Nutrients

A recent study performed for the partners in the West Brook Conservation Initiative (the former Gaslight Village and Charley’s Saloon properties in the Village and Town of Lake George) has been completed and we are pleased to report that the treatment of stormwater runoff works as designed and exceeds our expectations in removing nutrients. The…
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LGA Encourages Review, Comment on State HAB Action Plans Released Today

The Lake George Association is reviewing the priorities set out in New York state’s final version of the Harmful Algal Bloom Action Plan for Lake George, which includes many of the priorities that the LGA and its partners on the Steering Committee have proposed. “While there have been no Harmful Algal Blooms in Lake George,…
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Download the LGA’s March 2018 Newsletter

Among the stories in the March 2018 Lake George Association newsletter: A $54,500 grant to the LGA from the Lake Champlain Basin Program will solve a water quality concern in Huletts Landing; What the LGA is doing about harmful algal blooms and how the new New York State program will be a major help for…
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