LGLC Annual Event Exceeds $240,000 for Land Protection Projects

Bolton Landing, NY –  On August 3rd, more than 240 guests gathered at the Inn at Erlowest for the Lake George Land Conservancy’s 19th Annual Land and Water Conservation Celebration. More than $240,000 was raised during the evening, breaking last year’s record and exceeding fundraising goals for land conservation, which is the most effective tool […]

LGLC Awarded Grant for Indian Brook and Northwest Bay Brook Initiative

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) has been awarded a $20,000 matching grant from the Cloudsplitter Foundation to be used to leverage new donations for land protection efforts within its Indian Brook/Northwest Bay Brook Conservation Initiative. Specifically, the Cloudsplitter grant award will be put towards the acquisition costs of the 159-acre […]

LGLC Protects Land in Huletts Landing

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) has protected 37 acres in the hamlet of Huletts Landing, Washington County by purchasing a 33.3-acre upland piece and a conservation easement on the adjoining lower 3.7-acres lakefront property. As a result, this conservation project is providing permanent water quality protection by preventing the development […]

The History and Current Status of Anthony’s Nose

The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) achieves its mission of protecting the land that protects the lake not only through property acquisition, but also by developing appropriate strategies for final ownership. Recently, the organization made a decision related to the final ownership of one of our most iconic properties that is a real win for […]

LGLC on the Frontline Facing HWA Threat

For Immediate Release: January 29, 2018 We sometimes take our trees for granted, but there is one that we need to start paying closer attention to now, before it joins the American chestnut in history books. The Eastern hemlock is one of the most abundant trees in New York and a major component of the […]