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Protecting the Land that Protects the Lake Since 1988

The LGLC protects the land within the Lake George watershed to preserve the world renowned water quality of this amazing lake. As a non-profit land trust our work depends on the generosity and passion of people who love Lake George and want it to remain as clean and beautiful as it is today for their children and future generations.

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November 2022 E-News

Walt Lender Joins LGLC Board; Newsletter Now Available; Final Weeks for Legacy Challenge The LGLC is pleased to announce...

Fall/Winter 2022 LGLC Newsletter

Click above or this link to view LGLC’s bi-annual newsletter, viewshed, for Fall/Winter 2022 What’s inside: Pages 4-9: Conservation…

Walt Lender Joins Lake George Land Conservancy Board of Directors

Pictured, left to right: LGLC Board President Jeff Brozyna, Walt Lender, and LGLC Executive Director Mike Horn Bolton Landing,…

How We Take Action

The LGLC protects the water quality of Lake George through active land management, to sustain the existing diversity of species and natural processes that shape a landscape, or to restore them where they have been removed.

FOREST & LAND MANAGEMENT

For the Lake George Land Conservancy, stewardship is as dynamic as the species and landscapes we attempt to manage. It is not as simple as “managing” property, but as complex as understanding the web of life and what drives it.

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TERRESTRIAL INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT

The LGLC is actively working to monitor and manage terrestrial invasive plants and insects that are established and negatively impacting our forests and shorelines, or are not here yet but expected to infest the Lake George watershed in the near future.

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TRAIL CREATION & MANAGEMENT

The LGLC manages nearly 40 miles of trails for passive use throughout the watershed. Sustainable trails are designed to withstand intensive use, to minimize erosion and impact on the land, while also providing a safe and enjoyable experience for hikers.

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OUR CURRENT INITIATIVES

South Basin Initiative

Protecting land in the south basin has tremendous benefits for the water quality of Lake George…

Northeastern Shoreline Initiative

The first protection project in Lake George’s northeast region was completed in 1990. We have just protected the final piece…

Sucker Brook Conservation Initiative

Sucker Brook is one of Lake George’s ten largest tributaries, encompassing about 1,570 acres in the Town of Putnam…

About Us

Protecting the land that protects the lake since 1988. The Lake George Land Conservancy is an accredited not-for-profit land trust dedicated to working with willing landowners and other partners to protect the world-renowned water quality of Lake George and to permanently preserve the natural, scenic, historical and recreational resources of the Lake George Region.

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