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Lake stewardship could be expanded to help block invasives from Adirondack lakes

Mark Wilson/For The Sunday Gazette
Mark Wilson/For The Sunday Gazette
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February in the Adirondacks brings to mind images of winter carnivals and pageants of student royalty posed against frosted landscapes. Until recently it was also a season of restoration for lakes and ponds, locked beneath a thick paraffin of ice and snow. This year, a late January thaw came close to spoiling some cherished traditions: Lake George’s Carnival had to move the outhouse races onshore, off the thinly frozen lake surface. Saranac Lake temperatures melted ...


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