What We Do

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Here's some things ESSLA does:

ESSLA is a volunteer organization that loves Schroon Lake and the Adirondacks! Yearly, thousands of hours are spent preserving, protecting and improving the waters and lands of the Schroon Lake watershed to ensure it remains the “Pearl of the Adirondacks” for generations to come.

Educating

Educating the community through our newsletters (The Pearl and Mini Pearl) and member meetings.

Advocating

Advocating to protect the lake.

Partnering

Partnering with local governments, agencies, sister lakes and Adirondack Park organizations.

Protecting

Protecting the environs through our AIS Scout and Loon Preservation programs, as well as water testing and other land initiatives.

Initiating

Initiating the Boat Inspection/Decontamination program and monitoring the stewards at the Horicon launch.

Spearheading

Spearheading and supporting a new initiative making Schroon a certified Loon-Friendly Lake.

Organizing

Organizing ESSLA member events.

Overseeing

Overseeing the Ambassador program which invites volunteers to provide expertise and/or assistance with ESSLA’s various programs and projects.

Financial reports and meeting minutes available upon request. Send an inquiry to contact@essla.org.

Our Partners: Town of Chester, Town of Horicon, Town of Schroon, Schroon Lake Park District, Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District, Essex County Soil & Water Conservation District, New York Invasive Species Information, Schroon Lake Association, Schroon Lake Steering Committee, Paradox Lake Association, Brant Lake Association, Lake George Association, Lake George Land Conservancy, Lake Champlain-Lake George Regional Planning Board, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program, Adirondack Watershed Institute of Paul Smith's College, New York State Federation of Lakes Association, Adirondack Lakes Alliance, ADK Action.