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    Spiny Water Flea Discovered in Indian Lake

    Reprinted from the Fall Newsletter of Adirondack Watershed Institute of Paul Smith’s College Indian Lake, located in Hamilton County, was long considered the largest invasive species-free lake in the Adirondacks – until this summer, when the discovery of an invasive zooplankton was brought to our attention. A concerned angler reported

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    Protecting Our Adirondack Waters

    “A Shared Conversation with Lake and River Associations, Local Government and State Agencies on Infested Adirondack Waters” Date: December 8 Time: 10am-2pm Place: Horicon Town Hall, 6604 State Route 8, Brant Lake, NY 12815 This forum is designed to bring together lake and river associations, town officials, DEC, APA, APIPP

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    Fall Foliage Report

    Fall color is looking quite exquisite in our mountains this fall. The High Peaks are just about at peak, while more northern regions have already peaked. Schroon Lake is about mid-way, and the Lake George area below us is beginning to show some beautiful color as well. Photograph: Drone shot

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