Environment

The PLA is dedicated to conserving the exceptional beauty, peaceful character, and natural resources of Piseco Lake for public benefit. We strive to maintain the natural health, beauty, and quality of life for those living near and visiting our iconic lake.

We undertake these efforts with programs in conservation, education, and recreation. We partner with many local and regional groups and work closely with volunteers in order to better accomplish our mission.

The Piseco Lake Association is dedicated to ensuring this level of environmental and recreational quality now and for all future generations.

STUDIES AND MONITORING REPORTS:
Piseco Lake Water Quality-Wilson 2019 (PowerPoint)
Piseco Lake Conductivity Sweep 2018
PLA Environmental Presentation 2015 (PowerPoint)
Water Monitoring Report 2014

AQUATIC INVASIVES: 
Invasives Brochure 2015
Piseco Lake's Least Wanted
Spiny Waterflea
Juncus Militaris Bigelow

TERRESTRIAL INVASIVES:
Least Wanted: Colt's Foot (Focus Plant, see photo )
Least Wanted: Wild Parsnip
Least Wanted: Garlic Mustard
Giant Hogweed
Managing Invasive Plants - Stewart
Why We Should Care - The Impact of Invasive Plants

HAVE A QUESTION?
Piseco Lake Aquatic Invasives Contact List
Piseco Lake Terrestrial Invasive Plant (TIP) Contact list.pdf

ENVIRONMENTAL LINKS:

Adirondack Lakes Alliance
Adirondack Park Invasive Species Program
Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation