Fall/Winter 2019 Newsletter

Click to view LGLC’s bi-annual newsletter, viewshed, for Fall/Winter 2019 What’s inside: From the Executive DirectorFaces of ConservationConservation in HulettsLoosestrife Success; A Season of Color Partnerships in ResilienceBirds of Amy’s ParkRecreation UpdatesDirector and Staff NotesLegacy SocietyWelcome to New SupportersNew Round the Lakers; GrantsSummer Events HighlightsWinter Events, LGLC Merch2019 Amy’s Race for the LakeWinter Walks & […]

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 […]

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LGLC Protects 137 Acres in Huletts Landing

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) announces the recent protection of two properties in Huletts Landing, Dresden, a total of 137 acres. The properties both contain significant lengths of tributaries that flow into Lake George, and other water-protecting features. The two properties consist of a 112-acre forested parcel off of County […]

LGLC to Hold Annual Meeting and Block Party

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) will hold its public Annual Meeting and Block Party at Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center in Bolton Landing on Saturday, August 17, from 11 am to 2 pm. The event will begin with a its public Annual Meeting in the auditorium from 11 am […]