Find Your Happy Place Video Series

Protection of the land is critical to the protection of the lake. To showcase our incredible lands, we created a series of videos, showcasing the forests and marshes, their beauty, nature and serenity. These conserved places silently work hard everyday to protect the water quality of Lake George. The LGLC is excited to release this […]

Partner Spotlight: Dr. Mark Whitmore

For nearly four years, the LGLC has been working to protect our lands from the hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) – an invasive terrestrial pest that preys on the hemlock tree. From the beginning, our efforts to better understand this best and protect our trees were guided by Dr. Mark Whitmore and the Hemlock Initiative of […]

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. […]