LGA Staff Constructs Outdoor Classroom at Village Rec Center

Classroom Area Used For Stream Monitoring Program An outdoor education area operated by the Lake George Association in late spring and early fall on village recreation center property has become more accommodating for students learning about stream ecology. Thanks to a grant from the Lake Champlain Basin Program and approval from the Lake George Village…
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LGA Work Continues Through Fall With Water Quality Protection Projects

Even with summer turning to fall, there is no slowing down for Lake George Association Project Manager Randy Rath. “Fall is a great time to perform certain types of water quality improvement projects in the watershed,” Rath says. “The lower water flow in streams at this time of year coupled with the continued bright sunshine…
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Adirondack Runners Donate $2,100 to LGA for Floating Classroom Support

Sue Nealin, right, Race Director of The Adirondack Runners’ “Adirondack 15K Race to the Lakes,” presents a check for $2,100 to LGA Development Director Nancy Cobb-Zoll on the LGA’s Floating Classroom vessel, the Rosalia Anna Ashby, recently. The $2,100 is from the proceeds from the Race, which was a benefit for the LGA’s Floating Classroom…
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Thanks to Northern Border Regional Commission, Sen. Schumer, for $500,000 Wastewater Treatment Plant Grant

“Along with the 2,000+ members of the Lake George Association, the Board of Directors and I want to thank the Northern Border Regional Commission and Sen. Charles Schumer for the $500,000 in federal funding to support the reconstruction of the Lake George Wastewater Treatment Plant,” said Walt Lender, Executive Director of the Lake George Association….
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Contaminants of Emerging Concern Are Subject of LGA’s 134th Meeting

The Lake George Association is bringing in experts from around New York State to discuss with members and guests the results of a yearlong water sampling research project for “Contaminants of Emerging Concern.” LGA staff were trained in spring 2018 in order to participate in this research project. The public is cordially invited to the…
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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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