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PLATTSBURGH | As storms bear down in the Adirondacks and plows prowl the streets, local advocacy groups are keeping a spotlight on the effects of road salt. Read more

The Sun

LAKE GEORGE | Conservationists hope to work with road crews to decrease winter salt applications Read more

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Photo by Jill Lobdell

KEENE VALLEY | Students at Keene Central School put their minds to work March 8 at the seventh annual Super Scientific Science Slam, with numerous experiments and tests taking place by students and on display for the community. Read more

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Photo provided/Melissa Blackall

TICONDEROGA | Scientific evidence is mounting on the impacts of road salt on Adirondack lakes and watersheds. Read more

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

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Photo by Chris South

SCHROON LAKE | Schroon Lake is a comparatively small lake, but has a very large watershed. Read more

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SARANAC LAKE — A group of stakeholders raised $1.5 million in 2004 for a project to harvest invasive species on Upper Saranac Lake. Read more

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

Editorials

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LAKE PLACID — With the last remnants of snow fading from view, a local coalition still has road salt on the brain. Read more

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Photo by Pete DeMola

ELIZABETHTOWN — Until Tuesday’s snowfall, municipalities across the region had been rejoicing over a mild winter that had their left their stockpiles of sand and salt, normally a precious commodity, largely untouched. Read more

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