Photo by Elizabeth McLanahan Adirondack Land Trust creates one of the first private conservation easements in New York State, keeping >
Photo by Kathy Woughter/ALT Conservation planner George Davis and associate director Tom Duffus publish a blueprint to guide land trust >
Photo by Ken Aaron Tim Barnett becomes executive director, building relationships on unbounded enthusiasm for the Adirondacks and its people.
Photo by Bill Brown ALT begins protecting farmland with conservation easements.
Photo by Carl Heilman II American Farmland Trust gives ALT an Agricultural Conservation Award for its work to protect Champlain >
Photo by Jess Grant ALT purchases a mile of wild shoreline on Lake George, the largest private Adirondack conservation investment >
Photo by Doug Munro Coon Mountain Preserve established in the town of Westport. Family-friendly hiking on a 378-acre sanctuary bursting >
Photo by Jess Grant ALT partners with Black River Environmental Improvement Association to ensure permanent protection of its community-oriented 50-km >
Photo by Lisa Godfrey Mike Carr becomes executive director, leading ALT’s growth into a force for land protection throughout the >
Photo by Patrick Bly Wild shoreline protected on Lows Lake, Cranberry Lake, the St. Regis Lakes, Little Charley Pond and >