August 17, 2018 | Article

No Quick Fix for Florida Algae, But Hope in Limiting Runoff

August 17, 2018, Bloomberg Environmental | Other states are experimenting with new information-intensive approaches to address algal blooms. IBM’s technology is being used to control harmful algal blooms on a lake used for recreation in central New York that also serves as a drinking water source for 200,000 people. The technology was developed for use on Lake George in northern New York, where IBM and its partner, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, store and analyze an estimated 9 tetrabytes of data each year, according to the company. The project also receives support from The FUND for Lake George.

August 15, 2018 | Article

State urged to step up toxic algae fight

August 15, 2018, The Times-Union | The state needs to do more to combat outbreaks of harmful aquatic algae that can pose a threat to drinking water supplies, according to an Ithaca-based environmental advocate.

August 11, 2018 | Article

As New York's Waters Tackle Toxic Blooms, So Does The Jefferson Project

August 12, 2018, The Post-Star | To help prevent water quality from deteriorating, engineers, scientists and advocates have teamed up to create an extensive lake modeling and monitoring system that could not only protect Lake George, but also protect water bodies across the globe. The system is called The Jefferson Project.

August 9, 2018 | Article

Bolton resort issued violation after sewage spill

August 9, 2018, The Post-Star | The Bonnie View Resort received a notice of violation Wednesday for discharging sewage into Lake George and operating a wastewater disposal system without a state pollutant discharge elimination system permit, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.

August 3, 2018 | Article

SAVE the Lake Music Festival in Shepard Park This Weekend

August 3, 2018, The Lake George Mirror | Lake George Village Mayor Bob Blais has organized a festival this weekend to help support local efforts to eradicate aquatic invasive species such as Asian clams and reduce the use of salt on roads within the Lake George watershed.

July 30, 2018 | Article

From the Skaneateles Lake Association

July 30, 2018, Eagle News Online | A delegation from the Skaneateles Lake Association Board and New York State Harmful Algal Bloom Action Plan Committee traveled to Lake George in hopes of learning from the staff of The Jefferson Project.

July 27, 2018 | Article

Lake George Village Establishes “Salt-Free Zone”

July 27, 2018, Lake George Mirror | Village officials have decided to modify their wintertime road maintenance procedures in one small section of the municipality, at the request of local homeowners.