LGA Members Investing $30,000 To Protect LG From Invasives

Mandatory Boat Inspection Program Saving Water Quality Stopping invasive species from entering Lake George is the most cost-effective way to protect the Class AA-Special water – because once an invasive species is established it is virtually cost-prohibitive to eradicate. It is with that in mind that for 2020 the Lake George Association has again dedicated…
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Invasive Spread Prevention Grant Helps LGA Protect Lake’s Water Quality

Recognizing that education and outreach are important parts of the job to stem the spread of invasive species, the Lake George Association applied for and has been granted $5,797 by the Lake Champlain Basin Program to hire a summer staff member to expand community and individual awareness of the dangers posed by invasives. “Considering the…
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Stopping Polluted Stormwater In Its Tracks Thanks to $13,000 Grant

A long-term problem for Lake George is getting a solution, thanks to partnership between the LGA and the Town of Lake George and a $13,000 grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program. When installed, the solution being supported by the grant will prevent more than half a million gallons of polluted stormwater from getting into…
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LGA Seeking Invasive Species Education Intern

Position: Lake George Invasive Species Education Intern Deadline to apply: March 31, 2020 Seasonal: May through August 2020. Hours and days may fluctuate based on programs and events. Start and end date flexible. Full time. Compensation $12.00 per hour. Position Summary:The Lake George Invasive Species Education Intern will be responsible for assisting the LGA Director…
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Water Sampling Program To Expand Thanks To Donation from IP Foundation

Thanks to a $2,668 grant from the International Paper Foundation, the Lake George Association will be able to expand our water sampling program to one more location in 2020. “The donation from the International Paper Foundation will help us continue our work monitoring the water quality of Lake George,” said Kristen Wilde, the LGA’s Director…
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Lake George Village Receiving $9.4 Million from New York for Wastewater Treatment Plant Replacement

“On behalf of the 2,000+ members of the Lake George Association, we want to thank Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York State for providing more than $9 million in funding for the Lake George Waste Water Treatment Plant,” said Walt Lender, Executive Director of the Lake George Association. “Congratulations to Mayor Blais for the award…
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Don’t miss your opportunity to protect Lake George! 12 unique reasons to make a gift to the LGA today!

As you are developing your end-of-the-year financial plans, I wanted to remind you that the Lake George Association relies on gifts from members and friends to do our work, and that those gifts are critical to our continued success protecting Lake George’s water quality! There are many ways you can help us, and many reasons…
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All the money raised by the Lake George Association goes to projects and programs that benefit the Lake and the watershed, protecting Lake George water quality now and in the future.
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