Join us every summer Wednesday evening as the Lake George Land Conservancy presents our FREE summer series Living Lands. This weekly presentation series will take an exclusive and up-close look at the wildlife and people who utilize the land of Lake George and the Adirondacks, past and present! Presentations begin at 5:30 pm and are held at the LGLC office in Bolton Landing. (We’re located at 4905 Lake Shore Dr., Bolton Landing, NY 12814 – click here for Google Directions)

2019 Series

June 26- “A Hemlock Forest Story” with Charlotte Malmborg of New York State Hemlock Initiative at Cornell University, introduction by LGLC Conservation Manager Monica Dore

July 3- No Presentation

July 10- “Adirondack Place Names: Why is That Thing Called That?” with Erik Schlimmer of TransADK

July 17- “Below the surface…” with DEC Aquatic Biologist Jim Pinheiro

July 24- “Landscapes Lost & Found: Two Centuries of Art from Bolton Landing” – Speaker TBD

July 31- No Presentation

August 7- “Loons” with Nina Schoch of the Center for Loon Conservation

August 14 – “When the Railroads came to Lake George” with Margy Mannix, Village of Lake George Historian, introduction from Board Chair Jeff Brozyna

Many thanks also to all who attended one or more of our Living Lands 2018 presentations this summer! In total, we presented to over 300 people throughout the summer- a record breaking number for our presentation series- all thanks to you!

As always, we strive to engage you- presenting unique and interesting programs for free in an attempt to connect to the community, provide educational experiences and learn more about the amazing area we live in and why our lands and waters are so important.

It is so important to us to hear back from you to ensure that we continue to provide beneficial programs that will keep you coming back!

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