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Hemlock Wooly Adelgid, Newly Detected Invasive, Confined to Lake’s East Shore

After five hundred hours and twelve days on Lake George, surveying more than 16 miles of shoreline, state and local experts on invasive forest pests have concluded that an infestation of Hemlock Wooly Adelgid detected in August is a limited one and ... Read More

Before it was a Smithsonian Exhibit, America’s Oldest Surviving Warship was a Local Roadside Attraction

In 2026, the US will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. That year, the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History will unveil a new display interpreting the 54-foot 1776 gunboat Philadelphia, ... Read More

Jefferson Project: Research on Upstate Lakes Keeps Harmful Algal Blooms from Lake George

Thanks in large part to the Jefferson Project, whose mixture of science, technology and environmental advocacy has made Lake George “the world’s smartest lake,” Lake George is also known as “a hope spot,” a model for other fresh water ... Read More