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 JUL 31st
Update - Algae Bloom tested Negative
We have received the results on testing the algae bloom(click Read More for a photo) located at the north end of the lake.
CSLAP reported that the bloom has tested NEGATIVE for toxicity.
Please remember that algae blooms are full of bacteria. People should still stay away from algae blooms and let them dissipate naturally.
Thank you for your patience.Read More Read ALL
Local News AUG 19th
Saratoga Springs leaders: Call it humanity, not sanctuary
Reacting to President Donald Trump’s hard-line immigration policies since taking office in January, many city leaders throughout the U.S. have said they would not assist federal agents in the deportation of their citizens....Read More