Do you have a special place on Lake George where you regularly wander?
Any favorite boating spots, swimming spots, fishing spots, islands, shorelines, or just “hanging out” spots?
We are looking for volunteers to help us in a new Citizen Science program this summer, called “INVADERS WATCH.”
We need volunteers to look for and monitor non-native, invasive species along Lake George’s shorelines, and to help prevent their spread.
What Will You Do?
Monitor a section of Lake George shoreline of your choice at your convenience, at least once during the summer between mid-July and early-September.
How Will You Do It?
Instructions and training will be available on the LGA website.
Also, two optional and FREE Identification workshops will be offered:
1. Aquatic Invasive Plants, Thurs: 6/21/12 10 am – 2 pm
Darrin Fresh Water Institute
2. Aquatic Invasive Animals, Thurs: 8/2/12 1 – 3 pm
Byron Park Log Cabin in Indian Lake
This program is part of a regional effort coordinated by the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP).
To learn more, sign up to participate, or register for a workshop, please contact the LGA at 518-668-3558 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.