Clean, Drain and Dry ...
Help Protect Our Lake
This video was created by the Lake George Association Published on Jan 11, 2013 Aquatic invasive species are non-native plants and animals that threaten native plants, wildlife, and their habitat. They also affect humans by degrading boating and fishing areas and reducing lake shore property values and tourism. Once established, eradication is almost impossible. You can help prevent the introduction of new invasive species into Lake George and other local waterways by making sure you clean, drain, and dry all boating, fishing, and other recreational equipment before you use it in a body of water. For more information about AIS spread prevention efforts to protect our Lake and detailed decontamination procedures,visit www.LakeGeorgeAssociation.org
What's Going On…. 7/1/2018
This Year's Loon Story!
A year ago, on June 28, we had a newly hatched loon chick on the lake. This year is very different. After building and abandoning two nests in the Channel this Spring, the Harvey’s Lake breeding loon pair are no longer nesting, and seem to have decided against renesting again.
Eye On The Night Sky 7/21/2018
Daily Forecast: July 21, 2018
Mostly sunny all day north; increasing PM clouds south. Highs 85-90 in the Champlain, Hudson, and St. Lawrence Valleys; otherwise 75-85 from ridgelines to valley floors. South to southeast wind 5-10 mph....Read More