Rulings against APA permitting processes reverberate By Gwendolyn Craig and Zachary Matson The Adirondack Park Agency’s loss of two court cases in two days earlier this month raised questions about the agency's internal operations and how … [Read more...] about After dual court losses, what’s next for the Adirondack Park Agency?
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Jeff Killeen led board of Fund for Lake George and then Lake George Association after the two organizations merged By Mike Goodwin, Times Union LAKE GEORGE — Jeff Killeen, a driving force behind the ecology and preservation of Lake George, died … [Read more...] about Lake George mourns loss of lake advocate
Weather tracking could aid both wind energy and lake protection By Gwendolyn Craig A research project kicking off on Lake George and two other New York lakes could help the United States further its renewable energy goals. The University at … [Read more...] about Renewable energy research uses Lake George as lab
THIS STORY HAS BEEN UPDATED FROM THE ORIGINAL VERSION By Ry Rivard As climate change and pollution threaten Lake George’s famed clarity, the lake’s two largest watchdogs are merging to better fight for its future. The Lake George Association … [Read more...] about Lake George groups join forces and merge to battle new threats
By Gwendolyn Craig Since at least 1985, the invasive Eurasian watermilfoil has populated Lake George’s waters, which also means officials have tried many different ways of getting rid of it. One of those ways is now in the garbage, … [Read more...] about Decades-old milfoil mats removed from Lake George
By Gwendolyn Craig A surprise garden of invasive aquatic plants growing off the shores of Million Dollar Beach in Lake George in 2019, appears to be nearly gone. That's good news for swimmers and boaters alike, though it cost more than … [Read more...] about Divers clear popular Lake George waterfront of most invasive plants