Warner Bay Land Now Under Protection of LGLC

Bolton Landing, NY – On January 15, the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) closed on the conservation of 13 acres along the edge of the Warner Bay wetlands in the Town of Queensbury. The strip of land adjoins the larger 1,400-acre Dunham Bay Marsh owned and protected by New York State (NYS) Department of Environmental […]

LGLC Protects French Mountain

Thanks to the vision of two town supervisors and their boards, the Lake George Land Conservancy’s experience with collaborative land projects, and a cooperative and conservation-minded landowner, over 300 acres of forested land on the French Mountain Range are now forever protected. Bolton Landing, NY – On October 18, the Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) […]

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 […]