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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Results: Mostly Dead Asian Clams Removed In LGA Citizen Science Day

Volunteers and LGA staff removed fewer invasive Asian clams from Sandy Bay during the LGA’s Asian Clam Citizen Science Day in 2019, but the ratio of live clams to dead clams is similar to what was found in 2018. In early August, the Lake George Association and the Lake Stewardship Group of Cleverdale came together…
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Fall Lake Protection Work Continues With Northway Project, Porous Concrete

As the summer winds down into the calmer season of fall, Lake George Association Project Manager Randy Rath speeds toward completion of projects to protect Lake George from stormwater, the biggest threat to water quality decline. “Two of the bigger projects we are completing this fall capture stormwater and the nutrients and pollutants that it…
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Research Study Results: Caffeine in LG Means We All Have More Protection Work To Do

By Walt Lender, LGA Executive Director The Lake George Association was pleased to participate in a water quality research study with Syracuse University, the Upstate Freshwater Institute and the New York State Federation of Lake Associations that gave us a glimpse of what Contaminants of Emerging Concern are in Lake George’s water. The reports from…
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LGA Staff Constructs Outdoor Classroom at Village Rec Center

Classroom Area Used For Stream Monitoring Program An outdoor education area operated by the Lake George Association in late spring and early fall on village recreation center property has become more accommodating for students learning about stream ecology. Thanks to a grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program and approval from the Lake George Village…
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LGA Work Continues Through Fall With Water Quality Protection Projects

Even with summer turning to fall, there is no slowing down for Lake George Association Project Manager Randy Rath. “Fall is a great time to perform certain types of water quality improvement projects in the watershed,” Rath says. “The lower water flow in streams at this time of year coupled with the continued bright sunshine…
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