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Short video from APIPP

Message from APIPP for its Volunteers and Partners,

In the Adirondacks, Memorial Day weekend signifies the start of the summer boating season. As you enjoy the water, be sure to always leave a weed-free wake. Help protect Adirondack lakes, rivers and local economies from aquatic invasive species by practicing three simple steps —Clean, Drain, Dry— before every boating or angling trip.

This short video demonstrates what invaders to be on the lookout for and how to ensure your boat is  - Clean, Drain, Dry - every time:  http://bit.ly/2qjo2Hw  

This is the second in a series of educational videos APIPP will be releasing this year. We hope you enjoy it and will share with others. (Photo attached and suggested messages for social media are pasted below. Pick and choose, or create your own.)

News & Events DEC 11th

6th Annual Fort Ann Fishing Derby - Jan 12th


To benefit town youth programs
7 am to 1pm
Registration begins at 6 a.m. at the Hadlock Inn
Adults $10  kids under 16 free with registered adult

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Local News APR 23rd

Some officials question Fort Edward group's ties to former dewatering site owners

FORT EDWARD — State and local officials have concerns about a management agreement between the new and previous owners of the former General Electric Co. dewatering site....

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