• Denying the Obvious

    By Gary L. Karl ESSLA does everything we can to keep invasive species (IS) out of the Schroon Lake watershed. We support boat inspections and washes to keep aquatic IS like…


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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…


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  • Collecting Purple Loosestrife Bugs

    Yesterday was a wonderful success in capturing tiny little Galerucella beetles to offer them a brand new beautiful home on Schroon Lake. A group of ESSLA…


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  • Terrestrial Invasives – Buyer Beware!

    By Elli Muller I saw a plant for sale in a reputable out-of-state catalogue that had beautiful pictures. The descriptive terms were “Excellent, fast spreading groundcover…leaves freely root…tolerates foot…


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  • APIPP Surveying Schroon Lake July 26-28

    We are very fortunate to have our Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP) and Paul Smith’s College partners taking a look at our lake. There is…


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