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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Stream Assessment Program Shows Continued Health, State Confirms

Healthy streams continue to feed Lake George, according to the data and samples collected by the Lake George Association staff and citizen scientists in 2018 and reviewed by New York State. “Regular stream monitoring helps to detect changes in the quality of the water over time,” said LGA Education Director Kristen Wilde, an environmental scientist….
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Summer 2019 Intern Sought: Lake George Invasive Species Education Intern

Deadline to apply: March 1, 2019 Seasonal: May through August 2019. Hours and days may fluctuate based on programs and events. Start and end date flexible. Full time. Compensation $11.50 per hour. Position Summary: The Lake George Association is an environmental not-for-profit located in Lake George, NY, whose actions support water quality protection, scientific monitoring, education…
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LGA’s Floating Classroom Program Receives $10,000 Support Grant From Lake Champlain Basin Program

The Lake George Association’s signature Education and Outreach program, the Floating Classroom on Lake George, has been awarded a $10,000 grant to support our efforts to provide hands-on scientific experiments and experiences that broaden the understanding of Lake George. The Floating Classroom, staffed by LGA Education Director Kristen Wilde and LGA Educator Lindsey Kenna as…
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LGA Awarded Grant to Prevent Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species in LG

The Lake George Association has been awarded an Aquatic Invasive Species Spread Prevention Grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program for the 2019 season. The $5,300 grant will be used to continue the Lake George Association’s invasive species public education and outreach programs, focusing on: Personal interactions with visitors and boaters throughout the season at…
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LGA Supports Mandatory Inspections With Financial, Scientific Assistance

The Lake George Park Commission’s Mandatory Boat Inspection Program has completed another successful season, and the Lake George Association is proud to both financially support the inspections as a partner as well as assist in the identification of the biological samples that were removed during the inspection process. The LGA each year invests $30,000 from…
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