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...
If you were unable to join us live on Thursday evening, August 20, for the SLA Annual Meeting, you can click on the link below to watch a recording of the meeting. Thanks to all of you who were able to join us. It was good to see so many of you.
Below are the details to connect to the SLA Annual Meeting on Thursday, August 20. Please join us to learn about what the Association is doing and to vote in the annual election. We look forward to having you join us.
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Please note that the Annual Meeting and election will take place this coming Thursday, August 20. The meeting will be held by Zoom. Log in details will follow soon. ...
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...
Watch our Educational Meeting Video...
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 ...
The SLA Board would like to introduce Corrina Parnapy as our new Lake Consultant. Corrina will be using her expertise to analyze the data collected as we continue our work to improve the quality of the lake.
Corrina is the lead Aquatic Biologist/Phycologist for Avacal Biological and the Lake Consultant for...
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 ...
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