Lake Assessment Continues to Show High Clarity, Low Nutrient Levels

According to results from the LGA’s Lake quality water sampling in 2018,  Lake George continues to be “oligotrophic” – meaning high water clarity, and low nutrient and algae levels. The Lake George Association participates in a statewide water quality monitoring program to track Lake George water quality and to monitor changes in the makeup of…
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LGA Awarded $78,575 Grant From New York State To Prevent Invasive Species Spread

The Lake George Association will continue to pay to protect Lake George boat launches in Gull Bay and Hague thanks to a state grant announced late last week. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the Lake George Association has been awarded $78,575 through the state Department of Environmental Conservation to provide funding for aquatic…
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Warrensburg Sixth-Grader Wins Eleventh Annual LG Bookmark Contest

Chloe Rumble, a sixth grader from Warrensburg Elementary, has been voted as the winner of the eleventh annual Lake George Bookmark Design Contest. In accordance with the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission and the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization’s “International Year of the Salmon,” our 2019 Lake George Bookmark Contest theme was “The Year of…
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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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LGA Seeks Citizen Volunteers For Stream Monitoring Program In 2019

Training session planned for Friday, June 28 The Lake George Association is seeking volunteers to assist our citizen science stream monitoring program that evaluates Lake George water quality by sampling streams that feed the Lake. Stream monitoring is important because 55 percent of the 550 billion gallons of water in Lake George comes from regional…
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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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