Invasive species awareness is a topic that has been front-and-center in Lake George for a long time due to the widespread desire to protect the lake. We’re currently in the middle of New York State’s second Invasive Species Awareness Week that’s seeking to educate people about the dangers of invasives and how to prevent them.
In honor of Invasive Species Awareness Week, there are many workshops and events planned. One of the local events is a daily “Ask-An-Invasive-Species-Expert” series at the Lake George Visitor Center, where people can learn about threatening species, view samples, and learn about protective measures and regulations.
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The Lake George Association experts are hosting the “Ask-An-Invasive-Species-Expert” series at the Lake George Visitor Center, but anyone can call our office at 518-668-3558 at any time in order to get a question about an invasive species answered.