Harrietstown, NY — The Adirondack Land Trust is inviting community members to review preliminary designs for possible public access to its Glenview Preserve in Harrietstown. This 238-acre property, off State Route 86 between Saranac Lake and Paul Smiths, is being maintained as a scenic vista and managed for pollinator and wildlife habitat, water quality protection, and maple syrup production.
The draft plan reflects input from neighbors and community members, and now the land trust and Saratoga Associates are hosting an open-house-style work session to provide opportunities for additional input and feedback.
Community members interested in helping the land trust refine its Glenview plan are invited to join the session from 6 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28, at Mt. Pisgah Lodge. Light refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Becca Halter, stewardship & GIS specialist, at becca.halter@
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. Founded in 1984, the land trust has protected 27,606 acres at 100 sites in 43 towns across the Adirondacks.
Photo at top: “Spring Light,” oil on canvas depicting Glenview’s scenic vista, provided by artist Sandra Hildreth.
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