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 […]

Leave No Trace: Dogs Included

According to the organization Leave No Trace (LNT), “9 out of 10 people in the outdoors are uninformed about their impacts.” From how and where to step, to respecting wildlife around you, their website has lots of tips for reducing damage to trails and the environment you enjoy. These guidelines also apply to our four-legged […]

Seeking Volunteers to Help Monitor for HWA

On Saturday, November 3, from 10 am – 12 pm, LGLC staff will provide a hands-on training for those interested in becoming more active in the LGLC’s efforts to monitor the watershed’s hemlock forests. All levels of experience welcome; if you can hike, you can help! Late fall through winter is the ideal time of […]