• LGLC’s 2024 Living Lands Summer Presentation Series Kicks Off June 26

    Bolton Landing, NY -- The Lake George Land Conservancy’s (LGLC) annual summer presentation series, Living Lands, kicks off on Wednesday, June 26th and continues weekly through August 28. Presentations are free and a virtual option is available with advance registration.  

    The first program, “The Birth of the Electric Age,” will be presented by teacher, writer, essayist, and activist, Pete Nelson. Nelson will discuss the amazing and little-known story of how an Adirondack electromagnetic revolution changed the world – and set the stage for us to save it.

    Other topics include timber rattlesnakes, bats, nature photography, vermiculture, wildcrafting, the history of Battlefield Park, and the impacts of infrastructure and road salt on our wildlife and environment.

    These educational presentations will be held Wednesdays at 5:30 pm at the LGLC office in Bolton Landing or virtually. Advance registration is required, regardless of in-person or virtual choice. Presentations are free but in-person space is limited. Details and online registration form are available at lglc.org/living-lands.

    About the Lake George Land Conservancy:
    Protecting the Land that Protects the Lake since 1988
    The LGLC is an accredited, nonprofit land trust dedicated to working with willing landowners and other partners to protect the land that protects the world-renowned water quality of Lake George and the natural resources of the Lake George watershed.
    Since its inception, LGLC’s land protection program has worked directly and with partners to permanently protect 12,228 acres of Lake George wilderness and more than 7 miles of shoreline, and owns and/or manages 15 featured parks and preserves that are open to the public year-round with nearly 40 miles of trails for hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and, at some preserves, hunting and snowmobiling. More information: lglc.org.