FUND Launches a New Series Profiling Protectors of Lake George

The FUND for Lake George invites you to get to know some of the many people who are partnering with us to keep the Lake clear and clean — from plow drivers, public officials and treatment plant operators to scientific researchers, business leaders, and property owners. 

Each week this summer, our new digital series, “Profiles in Protection,” will provide you with brief, but compelling, stories of how our partners are powering The FUND's Science-to-Solutions approach to protecting Lake George. The Profiles are being distributed via email and social media and are also available by visiting fundforlakegeorge.org/profiles. 

Fundamental to the sustained protection of Lake George is the sustained commitment of the people who depend on and care so deeply about our Lake,” said FUND executive director Eric Siy. “With their expertise, ingenuity and investments, we will secure the future of Lake George.”

Our first Profile honors Kathy Flacke Muncil, chief executive officer of the Fort William Henry Corp. and founding chair of The FUND's Council of Business Advisors. Like future honorees, Kathy and her fellow Council members are active participants in realizing The FUND's protection goals: to keep out any new invasive species, reduce the use of harmful road salt, and reduce the impacts of wastewater and stormwater pollution, all guided by science and applied research to ensure lasting success. 

Join us each week to celebrate the commitment of our partners in protecting the Lake we love.