LGA Brings Real World Applied Science To Saratoga High Students

Two Saratoga High School teachers were seeking real world scientific and environmental education for their students, and sought out the experience and assistance of the Lake George Association in November to help develop an applied science component to their curriculums. “It was a great opportunity to share some of our experience working in and protecting…
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What You Can Do To Protect Lake George: LGA Annual Meeting Focus 2018

The Lake George Association’s 133rd Annual Meeting will focus on the actions that our members and other watershed residents can do in protecting Lake George water quality. The meeting will be Friday, August 17, 2018, at the Lake George Club, 4000 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point. The public is cordially invited. Registration opens at 9:30…
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LGA Seeking Citizen Scientists To Sift Asian Clams from Sandy Bay

The Lake George Association is seeking interested citizens to help out volunteers and LGA staff to survey, remove and count invasive species during our third annual Asian Clam Citizen Science Day on Friday, July 13 in Sandy Bay. The event coincides with New York State’s fifth annual “Invasive Species Awareness Week” from July 8 through…
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LGA Prepares For Busy Summer Of Lake Events

As part of the Lake George Association’s mission to protect Lake George water quality, we are planning many different events to spread the word about Lake quality protection, including events to promote our scientific monitoring, promote and expose people to our education programs, promote ways that residents and business owners can live Lake-Friendly, and promote…
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Nearly 25 Tons of Milfoil Removed From Lake George in 2017 – 2018 Work Begins in June

More than 49,000 pounds of Eurasian watermilfoil was removed from Lake George during the 2017 summer season as part of a coordinated invasive species reduction project that was managed by the Lake George Park Commission. For that season, the Lake George Association invested $100,000 in the $260,000 project to protect Lake George water quality. The…
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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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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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