• Region A: Upper Saranac Foundations crowd funding campaign to remove harmful aquatic invasive species (AIS) at Fish Creek Ponds (Updated: 07/20/2016)
• News - Lake & River Associations: Aquatic Invasive Species Seminars (Updated: 06/28/16)
• Annual Conference 2016 (Updated: 06/28/16)
• Region B: Introductory Message
• New Aquatic Invasive Species Permits Required (Added: 02/29/16)
• DEC Boat Steward & Boat Decontamination Grant Applications (Added: 02/05/16)
• Reducing salt usage in Lake George begins with you (Added: 02/05/16)
May 26, 2016:
Governor Cuomo Announces Adoption of Regulations to Protect New York's Waterways and Natural Habits From Invasive Species
April 26, 2016:
Governor Cuomo Announces $2 Million in Grants to Prevent Spread of Invasive Freshwater Species
February 05, 2016:
Reducing salt usage in Lake George begins with you
January 13, 2016:
Hamilton County Express: "Lakes Alliance Finds Strength in Numbers"
January 13, 2016:
Adirondack Lakes, Rivers Getting Saltier
November 25, 2015:
National Honor for LGA
November 24, 2015:
DEC ANNOUNCES $2 MILLION GRANT PROGRAM TO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES STATEWIDE
March 10, 2015:
Governor Cuomo Announces Agreement to Prevent Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species in the Adirondacks
January 21, 2015:
Lake Associations Seek Power in Numbers
"About 60 lake associations throughout the Adirondack Park joined to reinvigorate the Adirondack Lakes Alliance, a group hoping that strength in numbers will provide a louder voice for its advocacy..." Click here to read more.
December 07, 2014:
Alliance Will Advocate For Lake Protections
"I personally believe this is one of the most serious threats we have ever faced in the Adirondacks, and time is not our friend." Click here to read more.
Welcome to the Home of Adirondack Lakes Alliance, Inc. We appreciate your interest in ALA and hope
that your association will join us in our collective efforts to curb the introduction and spread of aquatic
invasive species within the Adirondack region. Association and individual memberships help to support
the work of Adirondack Lakes Alliance in addressing issues critical to the nearly 3,000 lakes, rivers and
ponds found in this area. ALA is a non-profit 501c3 organization.
Click here to download the 2016 Membership Form.