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ATTENTION HIKERS, UPCOMING WORKSHOP: Prevent the Spread of Invasive Species - Hiker and Biker Edition
a. Date: Wednesday, September 16th 5:30 to 7:00
b. Hosted ONLINE via Zoom, RSVP Required, Register here: http://adkinvasives.com/Events/Detail...
If you were unable to tune in live to any of the extremely interesting programs that the Adirondack Watershed Institute ran last week on Zoom, here is your opportunity to catch up. You can get the link to all the seminars at their website. The link is below.
Please join the Adirondack Water Institute for Water Week and celebrate one of our most precious and valued resources in the Adirondacks, our freshwater. Learn more about our aquatic resources and discover ways you can take action to protect our waterways. This year's inaugural event focuses on the Legacy of Adirondack Waters and features a week-lo...
Schroon Lake Association will hold a Lake Education Virtual Meeting on Thursday, July 30 from 7:00-8:30pm ET. Learn more about what the SLA does and see an interview with Neil Chippendale about his mapping project of the Schroon Lake lake bottom.
Virtual Meeting: Facebook.com/SLCS ...
We had some good news yesterday from the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Please read the full details from the Adirondack Council's press release at the link below.
We have been fortunate here in the North Country with a relatively low number of Covid cases and in order to help us keep it that way, we urge everyone to continue to practice social distancing and wear masks to help prevent the spread of the disease and avoid another potential shutdown, if numbers begin to increase. As community members and ...
Earlier this week, the Adirondack Lakes Alliance presented a webinar with guest speaker, Curt Stager who shared his findings on climate change and the impact to the Adirondacks and our lakes and rivers. You can see the very interesting presentation at the link below.
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