Thank you for protecting over 300 acres of land that protect the lake!

The Lake George Land Conservancy protected three important properties this year, totaling nearly 300 acres, including 40 acres of critical wetlands, 4,300 feet of stream corridor, and hundreds of acres of forestland. The protection of these lands ensures they will never be altered and will be able to forever continue their natural function of filtering […]

HWA Management Update, November 2020

The Lake George Land Conservancy has made the invasive hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) a priority for several years. Since 2016 we have monitored our own lands looking for signs of this tiny insect, hosted a number of training events to educate the public, and developed the knowledge and skills to rapidly respond to any infestation. […]

LGLC Notice of Records Breach

On September 23, the Lake George Land Conservancy learned of a breach of our internal information technology server.  We immediately took steps to address the breach, secure our data, and determine the extent of organizational data that may have been compromised. To date, we know the following about this breach. We suffered a “ransomware” attack […]

LGLC Honors Photographer Carl Heilman, II with Rowan Award

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) announces that Carl Heilman, II, Brant Lake resident and renowned photographer and author, has been awarded the 2020 Henry M. Rowan Conservation Award. The award is given annually to recognize exemplary individuals and organizations for their conservation efforts around Lake George. The award is typically […]