LGA Announces 13th Annual Bookmark Contest: ‘Only Rain Down The Storm Drain’

Contest Of Student Artwork Focuses on Lake Protection Message The Lake George Association is inviting all students to send us their original artwork for this year’s Lake George Bookmark Contest. “We love seeing the creativity and artistic abilities of the students,” said Kristen Wilde, the LGA’s Director of Education. “And we love how seriously they…
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LGA Seeks Invasive Species Education Intern for Summer 2021

Deadline to apply: April 2, 2021 Seasonal: June through August 2021. Hours and days may fluctuate based on programs and events. Start and end date flexible. Full time. Compensation $13.00 per hour.  Position Summary: The Lake George Association (LGA) is an environmental not-for-profit located in Lake George, New York.  For additional background information on the…
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Grant Allows LGA To Expand “Science From Your Sofa” Video Series

The Lake Champlain Basin Program has awarded the Lake George Association a grant of $9,561 to build on the educational successes and popularity of the LGA’s “Science From Your Sofa” educational video series with new videos along with tie-in lessons and programs. “Your [Science From Your Sofa] proposal received very strong peer reviews,” said the…
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$15K Grant to LGA Will Solve Polluted Stormwater Issue

Trinity Rock Road is location of Water Quality Protection Project LAKE GEORGE, NY – Thanks to a $15,630 grant to the Lake George Association from the Lake Champlain Basin Program, a longstanding issue with polluted stormwater is going to be solved this year. The project brings together the Lake George Association, the Town of Lake…
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Thank You For Coming Through In 2020

Thank you for your strong and loyal support of the LGA in 2020! Because of you – even during the pandemic – Lake protection continued: Project Manager Randy Rath led a number of projects to directly protect the Lake’s water quality; Director of Education Kristen Wilde was able to continue the LGA’s water sampling programs…
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Special message from The Lake George Association and The FUND for Lake George on our Harmful Algal Bloom Response

The Lake George Association and The FUND for Lake George are pleased to announce that we are working together toward a goal of understanding what caused the Harmful Algal Bloom on Lake George — combining our respective expertise and resources — as well as to prioritize planned projects and to identify preventive actions.

Investigating Harmful Algal Bloom On LG: What We Are Doing, What You Can Do

The Harmful Algal Bloom on Lake George has been identified now in Harris Bay, Sandy Bay and Warner Bay — and in the water in the Village of Lake George. This is a serious problem. We have serious work ahead. The Harmful Algal Bloom (shown here as it was discovered on Saturday) was only identified…
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