Lake Inspectors

Lake Inspectors play a critical role in our efforts to prevent the spread of invasive aquatic plants, especially Eurasian Water Milfoil, to our lakes. Lake Inspectors are assigned a segment of the Canada Lakes that they inspect each August. They are provided with manuals and taken on a field trip to Caroga Lake to view Eurasian Water Milfoil growing. The linked page identifies the inspectors and the territories they cover.  If you encounter a plant that you think might be an invasive species, you are encouraged to contact the inspector responsible for that particular area.

 

CLCA News & Events 8/14/2016

DEC Accepts Report

The DEC accepts Great South Woods report: click here to go to the documents.

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Local News 6/27/2017

Schenectady getting $3 million for lead abatement

Grant will aid more than 200 homes...

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