Editorial: All Must Sign on for Climate Change Fight

September 22, 2019, The Post Star | The push to land on the moon is often used as an example of what needs to happen now to combat climate change, but a better comparison is with the top-to-bottom effort to win World War II.


King George Fishing Derby Delivers!

September 19, 2019, The Chronicle | Tournament proceeds go to The FUND for Lake George, particularly to battle against invasive species.


Queensbury Considering Waterfront Low-Impact Development

September 17, 2019, The Post Star | Lake George Waterkeeper Chris Navitsky presented low-impact development guidelines to the Queensbury Town Board at Monday’s workshop meeting. He had suggested they consider incentives to encourage developers to follow low-impact development.


Rogers Rock and Mossy Point Gates Closed

September 15, 2019, The Hague Chronicle | The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) began closing the gates at the Rogers Rock and Mossy Point boat launches on September 6, 2019 to protect the Lake from aquatic invasive species.


Bolton Septic System Inspection Law Now in Force

September 13, 2019, Lake George Mirror | The Town of Bolton’s new law requiring on-site septic systems to be inspected and in compliance with state and local standards before a property is sold or otherwise conveyed is now in force.


Launch Lockdown

September 10, 2019, Sun Community News | Two boat launches in northern Lake George will be locked down after hours as part of a pilot program to increase protection from aquatic invasive species on the Lake. The overnight closure will be maintained through the month of October, and effect the Mossy Point and Rogers Rock launches.


Blog: King George Fishing Derby Next Weekend

September 8, 2019, The Post Star | Columnist Don Lehman writes that the fifth annual King George Fishing Derby will bring anglers to Lake George next weekend to raise money to help protect the Lake.


Lake George Boat Launches To Be Closed Overnight

September 2, 2019, Adirondack Almanack | The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that they will begin closing the gates at the Mossy Point and Rogers Rock Boat Launches on Lake George on September 6 as part of a pilot program to increase protection from aquatic invasive species on the lake.


Boat Launch Changes Slated for Two on Lake George

August 30, 2019, The Post Star | A new pilot program this fall will experiment with closing gates at two Lake George boat launches, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.

Press Release

DEC Boat Launch Gates Will Help Slam the Door to Aquatic Invasive Species in Lake George

August 29, 2019 | The FUND for Lake George commends the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for taking yet another critical step in securing the strongest possible protection of Lake George from aquatic invasive species. The FUND for Lake George is pleased to have provided the funding for the installation of call boxes at both launches so that boaters who are unable to get off the water before the gates close are able to contact DEC to arrange for assistance.


FUND Set to Finance Septic Upgrades in Lake George

August 23, 2019, Lake George Mirror | Residents of the Town of Lake George who agree to have their septic systems inspected and maintained will be eligible for grants to modernize and improve them. Of the town’s nearly 400 septic systems within 500 feet of the shore of Lake George and 100 feet of major tributaries, one-third are near or past their life expectancy, which is thirty to forty years.


Lake-wide Clean-Up Day Aug. 3

August 2, 2019, Lake George Mirror | A lake-wide clean-up day, sponsored by The FUND and Lake George Waterkeeper, will be held on Saturday, August 3.