Gillibrand Co-Sponsors Invasive Species Bill

July 20, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | Paul Smith's College and its Adirondack Watershed Institute support legislation sponsored by US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand that would give the United States Fish and Wildlife Service more authority to regulate nonnative species and prohibit them from being imported or sold in the United States.


FUND for Lake George Announces Grant Recipients

July 16, 2018, Adirondack Almanac | At their recent 2018 Annual Meeting, The FUND for Lake George announced $443,000 in grant awards across each of The FUND’s “four portals to protection” — Science of Solutions, Invasive Species Prevention and Treatment, Salt Reduction, and Water Quality and Clarity Protection.


Photos: Rock the Dock Music Festival

July 16, 2018, The Post Star | The Lake George Steamboat Co. docks were rocking Friday evening for the second annual Rock the Dock. Ticket sales were donated to the FUND for Lake George.


Rock the Dock Music Festival This Weekend

July 13, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | This year’s festival will donate 25% of all ticket proceeds to The FUND for Lake George, to help with its efforts to keep the lake clean and pristine for years to come.


Lake George’s Jefferson Project Aiding Other Lakes in Combating Harmful Algal Blooms

July 13, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | According to Venetia Lannon, the Harmful Algal Blooms that emerged in Skaneateles Lake last summer triggered “clear alarm bells” among members of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s administration and became the catalyst for a $65 million initiative to combat Harmful Algal Blooms in twelve upstate New York lakes, Skaneateles Lake and Lake George among them.


Quantum Computers Topic of Kelly’s Warren County EDC Luncheon Talk

July 13, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | More than 300 million Smart Sensor Network readings have been taken to date in Lake George since the Jefferson Project was launched in 2013. The collaboration between IBM, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and The FUND for Lake George gives scientists a real-time view of everything impacting the lake, from wind and weather to human impacts such as road salt and storm runoff.