Acknowledgments: Adirondack Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program

Stewardship Program
Stewardship Program Report

Aquatic invasive species (AIS) continue to be a great concern all across the Adirondack region, demanding increasing attention and resources from communities and agencies far and wide. The Adirondack Watershed Institute Stewardship Program is part of coordinated efforts at the local, regional and statewide levels to arrest the spread of AIS. The AWI works year-round with partner organizations, communities and government agencies to understand and manage a range of environmental quality issues through research and education. 2018 was the nineteenth field season for the AWI's Stewardship Program. View our 2018 report for program highlights, accomplishments, and future plans.

2018 Program Report
News & Events
11/10/2020
ADIRONDACK WATERSHED INSTITUTE

AWI has confirmed the presence of a harmful algal bloom (HAB) in Mirror Lake in the Village of Lake Placid, NY.  On Monday,...

11/5/2020

This educational event took place virtually for 2020 and our executive director Dan Kelting contributed with a presentation, "...

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