Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Adirondack Land Trust Seeks Community’s Ideas about Glenview Preserve

HARRIETSTOWN, NY — The Adirondack Land trust is inviting input from community members to help plan for the use and enjoyment of its Glenview Preserve in Harrietstown. This 238-acre property, off State Route 86, is being maintained as a scenic vista and managed for pollinator and wildlife habitat, water quality protection, and maple syrup production. The land trust is working with Saratoga Associates to explore expanding the property’s management plan to include public access.

Community members interested in sharing their views are welcome and encouraged to attend a public forum 6–7 p.m. Wednesday, October 26, at Mt. Pisgah Lodge. Light refreshments will be served.

For more information, contact Becca Halter, stewardship & GIS specialist, at becca.halter@adirondacklandtrust.org or 518-576-2400 ext. 105.

The mission of the Adirondack Land Trust is to forever conserve the forests, farmlands, waters and wild places that advance the quality of life of our communities and the ecological integrity of the Adirondacks. The land trust has protected 27,149 acres since its founding in 1984.

Read more about the Harrietstown’s property here: https://adirondacklandtrust.org/adirondack-land-trust-protects-iconic-vista-in-harrietstown/


Photo at top: Aerial view of the Adirondack Land Trust’s Glenview Preserve and the scenic vista beyond. Image by Aponi Aerial Services.

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2 Responses

  1. Michael says:

    I believe their LMP was supposed to be completed and submitted back in 2016. It is my understanding the Glenview property was intended for public day use prior to the purchase.

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