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Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program

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CHESTERTOWN | Two agencies in the state have agreed to work with the Loon Lake Park District Association to determine if its attempts at controlling Eurasian milfoil are meeting expectations. more

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KEENE VALLEY | There is a new executive director in place at the Nature Conservancy (TNC) Adirondack Chapter office. more

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SCHROON LAKE | The Northern Schroon Lake Boat Decontamination Station is now up and running. more

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LAKE GEORGE — There’s a new invader in town, and authorities are sounding the alarm. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — State workers got a crash course in identifying and containing invasive species last week. more

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SCHROON LAKE – Schroon Lake boaters at the north end of the lake will soon have a decontamination station for their use. more

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As summer heats up, so are statewide efforts to raise awareness of invasive species. more

Editorials

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POTTERSVILLE  — If you visit the Black Bear Inn in Pottersville, you might notice a tall, leafy plant growing around the intersection of U.S. Rt. 9 and Valley Farm Road. more

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WARRENSBURG — A leading local civic group will be honoring the memory of Lenore R. Smith, a champion of historic preservation and town enhancement on what would have been her 100th birthday. more

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Discovery to frustrate anglers, complicate food web more

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NEWCOMB — A series of workshops offering free training to identify, inventory and manage invasive species launched last week. more

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