CATS wins $18,000 grant
The funding assists with the cost of finalizing a conservation easement on the DeNeale farm in Willsboro.
Workshop to focus on Japanese knotweed
The plant is considered one of the most aggressive and hard-to-control invasive species in the Adirondack Park.
Tribe to host environmental gathering
Pollution will be discussed at the meeting of federal officials and American Indian tribes at Akwesasne.
Several stream-gaging stations to close
The U.S. Geological Survey operates several dozen stations across the Lake Champlain Basin to monitor currents in rivers, streams and the lake itself, but some will close due to lack of funding.
Educational events focus on invasive species
Activities range from Lake George to Old Forge and Saranac Lake.
Flooding wreaks havoc in Essex County
1 evacuated, train rerouted and roads washed out as flood waters rose; High-water watch on for Saranac Lake; Officials urging boater safety this holiday weekend.
- County mandates boat inspections Going boating on Lake George from the Essex County end will now require a mandatory inspection and washing to prevent invasive species from clogging Lake George.
- Highway crews asked to help butterflies AdkAction.org launches campaign to protect monarchs.
State provides $17M for DEC upgrades
Substantial local investment for better access; improvements to include work on Saranac Lower Locks, Valcour Lighthouse, Peru docks.
State OKs NYCO land swap; voter approval needed
NYCO in Willsboro wants to use 200 acres of state land in exchange for 1,507 acres of forestland adjoining Jay Mountain Wilderness.
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