No new invasive species found in Adirondack lakes in 2017

The Adirondack Lakes Alliance reports that the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP) found no new aquatic invasive species in Adirondack lakes in 2017. This is first time that has happened in over ten years. Adirondack Lakes Alliance shares this good news with all of the lake and river associations in the Adirondacks to let everyone know that continuing efforts to protect our waters is indeed making a difference. The thousands of hours committed yearly by our lake and river volunteers in protecting Adirondack waters through stewardship, monitoring efforts and successful lake management plans is helping to ensure that Adirondack lakes and rivers are clean and safe for all to enjoy. LPSA and the many local volunteers are an important contributor to this very successful collaborative effort. See the attached news release for additional details.  

Attached files: [ALA_reports_no_new_AIS_in_20171.pdf],

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"Take a Rake" Workshop

The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting a "Take a Rake" Workshop Saturday June 23 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Speculator Pavilion, Route 30.  Learn how to survey lakes for aquatic invasive plants with a specialized sampling rake, and take one home! 

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Hamilton County Express – 06/21/2018

You can view the Hamilton County Express within the viewer (below) by using the navigation buttons across the top. If you want to view it full screen, just click on the four arrows icon, if you want to download it to your local computer, just click t...

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