Protect Clean Water and Jobs in the Adirondacks
The current aquatic invasive species transport law will expire on June 1, 2021. Please help protect our lake waters and byways by contacting your legistrators by April 30 at the following link!
Aquatic Invasive Species Transport Law
Help Create Buffers along our Waterways
The Buffer in a Bag program from the DEC, provides organizations and private landowners with free tree and shrub seedlings to help establish, or improve, a stream buffer on their property. Plantings alongside waterbodies create wildlife habitat and improve water quality.
Please see all the details and requirements for the program here...
Schroon Lake's Fight against Aquatic Invasives
Our own Schroon Lake, and its efforts to prevent further invasive species from entering the lake, was the lead in this recent Adirondack Explorer article. It discusses whether the current 2016 law in place is strong enough to protect our waterways from the invasive species threat. Are higher fines enough to win the battle?
Celebrate the new Randy Preston Road Salt Reduction Act
Read about the good news on reducing the destructive effects of road salt. This is a big achievement for all concerned with the quality of our lakes in the Adirondacks.
Randy Preston Road Salt Reduction Act...
Memorial Service for Former Board Member Merritt Hulst
For those of you who would like to participate in the Zoom Memorial Service for Merritt Hulst, to take place on Sunday, December 13 at 2pm EST, please email email@example.com to receive the link to join. ...
Laketrout Telegram from our President
November gives us the opportunity to look back on the things the SLA accomplished this year and at the same time give thanks to those who made them possible.
2020 was a remarkable year full of turmoil, courage, sadness, adversity, pandemic and the death of over 250,000 Americans from Covid-19. Our small community was incredibly challenged b...
SLA loses one of its Strongest Supporters
We are very sad to report that our dear friend Merritt Hulst passed away on November 16, 2020, after years of battling cancer. We will miss him terribly, but he is at last at peace.
Merritt was an extraordinary person - wise, witty and fun loving. He had tenacious strength, especially when it came to protecting our Adirondacks. He wo...
APIPP Invasive Species for Hikers and Bikers Workshop Coming Up
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...
Adirondack Water Week Recordings Now Available
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.
New Shelter for Boatwash Stewards
The Schroon Lake Association, along with the town of Schroon and the Paradox Lake Association, purchased a new shed for the Boat Wash Station on Route 74 at Severence. The SLA received a $1,000 grant from the Community Fund for the Gore Mountain Region to assist in funding this purchase. This will provide much needed shelter for the ste...
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2023 Arts & Crafts Fair Date Set
SLA Annual Meeting - Friday, August 12, 2022 7pm Boathouse
Great Day at the 2022 Annual Arts & Crafts Fair
Arts & Crafts Fair
Lake Trout Newsletter
Schroon Lake Mapping Project
Arts and Crafts Fair
lake management program
Schroon Lake News