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Lake George has never needed you more — at your home, your business or on the Lake.
Become a Lake Protector now and help us tackle unprecedented and intensifying threats.

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Through your direct participation and the LGA’s world-class science, advocacy, and education programs, we’ll succeed in making Lake George a global model for freshwater protection.

Harmful Algal Blooms and the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid invasive species threaten to permanently degrade Lake George.

We simply cannot allow these threats to take away all we love about Lake George, and all the economic benefits the Lake brings to our region. It’s time for all of us to act.

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It will be the most important step you can take to protect our Lake.

The Future of Lake Protection is in Our Hands.

The Science of Lake Protection Is Working

The protective actions we are asking you to take on behalf of Lake George are based on world-leading freshwater science and research conducted by the Lake George Waterkeeper and the Jefferson Project, our uniquely powerful partnership with IBM and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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Latest News

  • July 11, 2024

    Post-Treatment Monitoring Plan for ProcellaCOR in Lake George

    LAKE GEORGE — In light of the Lake George Park Commission’s (LGPC’s) treatment of Eurasian watermilfoil with the chemical pesticide florpyrauxifen-benzyl (ProcellaCOR), The Jefferson Project has developed and implemented a detailed monitoring plan. This will measure and model the water dynamics of Lake George, specifically the two treatment bays, Blairs Bay and Sheep Meadow Bay, determine the levels and destination of the active ingredient and its major degradant compounds as well as the impact to the native and non-native components of the Lake George ecosystem.

  • July 10, 2024

    LGA Welcomes Elyce Buell as Water Quality Research Manager

    LAKE GEORGE — The Lake George Association has appointed Elyce Buell, Ph.D., as its new Water Quality Research Manager, a science-to-solutions–based position focused on understanding of the various threats to Lake George water quality. In her new role, Elyce will work on existing and new research projects for the LGA. This will involve establishing instrumentation to collect data in specific watersheds in the Lake George basin, analyzing the data, and communicating the findings to municipalities and the public.  

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