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Architects of the Forest

Architects of the Forest   While I have only seen a beaver in the wild once or twice, I come across signs of their work nearly every time I venture out in the Adirondacks. From [...]

By | November 19th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments

For The Sheer Joy Of Climbing

For The Sheer Joy Of Climbing These words will likely sound familiar to anyone who has undertaken the journey to become a 46er, as they are inscribed on a plaque at the summit of Esther [...]

By | October 14th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments

Autumn Magic

Autumn Magic Fall is one of the most treasured times of year in the Adirondacks. As our lush, green mountains transition to brilliant hues of yellows and orange, eager visitors flock to the area to [...]

By | September 15th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments

Small Marker, Big Impact

Small Marker, Big Impact   On many hikes, I never truly feel like I have reached the summit of a peak until I’ve found a tiny metal disc drilled into the rock - as seen [...]

By | August 25th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments

Caring About Cairns

Caring About Cairns If you’ve spent any time on trails, particularly on rocky mountain tops or in desert-like environments, you’ve likely come across a cairn. Cairns, pictured above at our Three Sisters Preserve trailhead, are [...]

By | July 24th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments

Connecting you to the Adirondacks, from afar

Connecting you to the Adirondacks, from afar   While we may not be able to gather for our beloved Lake Placid events this summer, we at Lake Placid Land Conservancy will still be working hard [...]

By | June 16th, 2020|Categories: Conservation Minute, News|0 Comments