LGLC Releases Statement on Recent Invasive Pest Confirmations

Bolton Landing, NY – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced on August 11, 2020, the confirmation of an infestation of the hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) on Forest Preserve lands in the town of Dresden in Washington County. This comes just one week after their confirmation of the emerald ash borer (EAB) […]

Letter to the Editor: Lake George Land Conservancy’s Latest Acquisition Will Benefit Community

Written by Tom Hall, LGLC Vice President of ConservationPublished in the Lake George Mirror, February 2020 issue To the Editor: Re: Lake George Land Conservancy Purchases Trout Lake Uplands As a member of the Board of Directors of the Lake George Land Conservancy (Conservancy) and as Chair of its Conservation Committee, I am pleased to […]

2019 Year-In-Review

It’s impossible to near the end of 2019 without feeling proud of everything the LGLC has accomplished and the amazing people who made it all happen. All of us at the LGLC extend our most sincere gratitude to you — our Board, volunteers, committee members, partners, hikers, event participants, and donors. Thank you so much […]

End of Year Letter from the ED, Jamie Brown

Dear Friends, Thank you for making 2019 an amazing year for the LGLC and the land that protects the lake. By the end of 2019, we will have permanently protected over 350 acres, including over 35 acres of wetlands and over nearly 3 miles of stream corridor.  Millions of gallons of water will be filtered every […]

LGLC Addresses Trail Overuse Issues

On September 23, the Post Star’s Don Lehman wrote a blog post discussing overuse issues in our area and highlighted the LGLC’s work in providing trails and hikes that can help to take pressure off some of the over-used peaks and trails in our area. Just recently, the LGLC, along with Tahawus Trails, finished a […]