Mark Whitmore and LGLC staff

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 […]

Michele Vidarte and family at Godwin, scenic overlook

Preserve Spotlight: A Family Adventure at Godwin

Contributed by LGLC Community Engagement and Events Manager Michele Vidarte. If you are anything like me and my family, you’ve been seeking solace in the outdoors over the past several months, both for your physical and mental health. Seeking solitude in nature not only recharges our energy, it feeds the soul, and in the best […]

LGLC Receives EPF Funding for East Brook Preserve

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to announce that it received a grant of $23,300 from the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation’s Conservation Partnership Program, administered by the Land Trust Alliance. The grant will allow the public to access the LGLC’s 12-acre, ecologically-important East Brook Preserve in […]

LGLC Announces Addition of Paul Bell to Board of Directors

Bolton Landing, NY – The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to announce the addition of Paul Bell to its Board of Directors. Bell is a resident of Silver Bay, New York, and Pennington, New Jersey. Bell is a senior media executive and business strategist with experience in advertising, broadcasting, marketing and publishing. He has […]

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 […]