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Lake George Association Wins National Invasive Species Award

By: Mirror Staff
Lake George Mirror
Friday, March 1, 2013

The Lake George Association recently learned that it was this year’s recipient of the National Invasive Species Achievement Award for Outstanding Achievement in Invasive Species Outreach and Education. The award is one of a few presented each year during National Invasive Species Awareness Week by the National Invasive Species Council, the Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force and the Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds.

The LGA was recognized “for significant advancement of the awareness and understand of the awareness and understanding regarding invasive species on a state, regional or national level.” Past recipients include Minnesota Sea Grant’s Aquatic Invasive Species Program and the Northeast Forest Pest Outreach and Survey Project.

“Invasive species area growing threat to Lake George and all water bodies around the country. We are very honored to have our rigorous outreach efforts to protect Lake George recognized at the national level,” said Walt Lender, executive director of the LGA. “We firmly believe that an informed and educated public takes stronger measure to control invasive species.”

 

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