The Lake Steward Program at Long Lake
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Where are they today?
In 2009, Kinga Stryszowkska-Hill and Sam Taylor were Lake Stewards in Long Lake.
Here is Kinga's recent post on LinkedIn. Since 2009, she's earned a PhD in Environmental Science and Engineering from Clarkson University, married, has 3 children, and is currently working as a Data Scientist. Kinga still returns every summer to enjoy Long Lake and help out her family at the Long Lake Motel.
Sam is a Materials Science Engineer and earned his MS degree from Penn State. He is working as a Single Crystal Engineer at Metamagnetics in Massachusetts, his home state. Sam visits his family in Long Lake as often as he can.
In 2013, Meg Smith of Long Lake and Dan Levy were our lake stewards. Meg graduated from Hamilton College and is living in Ithaca where she is a farmer who uses draft horses as her power source. She’s a board member of the Draft Animal Power Network.
Dan finish his degree in Math at U Mass Amherst and is living with his wife in Yakima WA. He visits his relatives in Long Lake whenever they are on the east coast.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Check out the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APPIP) website and become a Lake Protector.