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New York State Federation of Lakes Associations
Mission: To protect the water resources of New York State by assisting local organizations and individuals through public dialogue, education, information exchange and collaborative efforts.

The New York State Federation of Lake Associations, Inc. (NYSFOLA) was founded in 1983 by a small consortium of lake associations concerned about a variety of problems facing their lakes. Water quality was of concern to nearly all of the lakes, and there was little information available on methods to combat the increasing presence of aquatic invasive species.

With the assistance of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, NYSFOLA spearheaded the development of the Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program. This model statewide volunteer lake monitoring program has since served over 200 New York State lakes, and it remains an important part of NYSFOLA's mission.

Since its founding, NYSFOLA's membership has grown to over 200 lakes throughout the state. Each year, NYSFOLA invites its members to attend an annual conference that brings together lake managers from government, academia and the corporate sector to share new technologies and case studies in lake management.

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