Clean Sweep For Summer on Beach Road

A heavy sweep, a thorough vacuum, and Beach Road is ready for the summer traffic and summer stormwater. And Lake George will continue to be protected thanks to a first-of-its-kind project installed seven years ago. Vacuum? Beach Road? Yes indeed. That’s the way porous asphalt roads are maintained to ensure they continue to capture stormwater…
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Walt Lender’s Remarks At The Grand Opening Of The West Brook Conservation Initiative And Festival Commons At Charles R. Wood Park

(Delivered today, May 29, 2019) For nearly 135 years, the Lake George Association has been working to protect Lake George’s water quality. I’ve only been at the LGA since 2005, and on Day One, I met with Mayor Blais. I learned a lot about an amazing opportunity that we had to work with this 12.5-acre…
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Multi-Layered Lake Protection: Multiple Problems Call For Multiple Solutions In Gull Bay

When we say that the Lake George Association puts a lot into protecting Lake George, sometimes that actually involves taking things out of Lake George. In this case, taking things out allowed better access around the boat launch and docks in Gull Bay, and removed material that could contain nutrients that feed algae or harbor…
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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 Awarded $86,000 Grant To Remove Millions Of Gallons Of Stormwater From Lake

NYS DOT, Soil and Water District Partnering on Project LAKE GEORGE, NY – Millions of gallons of untreated stormwater will be redirected away from Lake George thanks to a significant grant from the Lake Champlain Basin program to the Lake George Association. The $86,227 grant will be used to replace asphalt stormwater channels along the…
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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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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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