Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to announce the addition of Monica Dore as the organization’s conservation project manager. Ms. Dore will be working to assess the conservation value of potential conservation properties, and will coordinate with the LGLC’s board and conservation committee to draft a long-term strategic conservation plan.
Ms. Dore is a recent graduate of SUNY Oneonta, where she earned a BS in Biology with a concentration in Ecology and Conservation. During her time at SUNY Oneonta, she worked as an intern at the SUNY Oneonta Biological Field Station, and also served as an assistant curator at the college herbarium.
Following graduation, Ms. Dore conducted vegetative surveys on the MacIntyre Range within the Adirondack State Park to determine the impact of hiker foot traffic and the success of a vegetative restoration project that was completed in the 1980’s.
Ms. Dore loves to run, garden and travel, and frequents the high peaks region of the Adirondacks, where she is working towards becoming a 46’r.