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Rake leaves, check trees

October 29, 2012
BY HILARY SMITH , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The season is coming to a close for most - but not all - invasive species field work. For instance, as many of us are winding down outside projects, groups in Lake George are gearing up for another push to control invasive Asian clam. In the coming month, dive teams will roll out $70,000 worth of plastic mats on the bottom of the lake to smother clams found at four new locations. With plummeting water temperatures, that job is not for the faint of heart; however, swift response to these new infestations is critical to prevent another generation of breeding clams from spreading throughout the lake.

 
 
 

 

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