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  • Tick Tock

    Tick Tock by Richard F. Seegal, Ph.D Yes, that’s the sound a clock makes. But “tick” also refers to the insect responsible for many persistent and serious infections, which is a “timely” issue for us here in the Adirondacks. There are several different tick-borne diseases. This article will focus on

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  • Northern Schroon Boat Decon Station

    ESSLA, SLA and PLA came together to purchase a boat decontamination station positioned at the northern end of Schroon Lake to further protect our waters. The Horicon boat decon station, spearheaded by ESSLA and the Town of Horicon, is the busiest in the Adirondacks, but for Lake George. This is

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  • DEC WAVE Program

      ESSLA Board Member John Greening is a citizen scientist and certified Citizen Program Coordinator for  DEC’s WAVE program (Water Assessments by Volunteer Evaluators), which gathers data for the agency’s Waterbody Inventory. Here John explains the WAVE program and invites you to volunteer to help him collect and interpret water

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