Thank you for supporting these critical projects!

We appreciate your generous contributions to protecting the Lake George watershed and hope that by opening up our FAN in advance, we can truly celebrate the company of our wonderful community.

Clark Hollow Bay

The Clark Hollow Bay project is part of the LGLC’s Northeastern Shoreline Initiative, a conservation effort that has spanned decades. We are now positioned to complete this project thanks to the Beaty Family Matching Challenge, and your help!

GOAL: Finish the Beaty Matching Challenge

Wiawaka Uplands

Wiawaka and the LGLC are working together to permanently protect 47 acres of forested uplands through the use of a conservation easement. Now is your chance to help us kick off this exciting project in the south basin!

GOAL: $30,000
Scenic view from Wiawaka's mountainside. The lake is calm and blue, and the trees are green and lush.


Our stewardship work goes hand-in-hand with land conservation. Right now one of our priorities is to monitor our lands for invasive species such as the hemlock woolly adlegid, and actively manage infestations in the watershed.

GOAL: $20,000
A group of people wearing reflective safety gear are talking and surrounded by green trees.
If you are new to the Celebration, please help us by continuing to spread the word, and contribute – your support today will mean greater protections for Lake George in the future. Thank you!
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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