Since its inception in 1995, the Adirondack 46R Conservation Trust has partnered with nonprofits to cultivate public awareness and appreciation of the cultural and natural resources of the Adirondack Park and New York State. In its 20 year history, the Trust has invested more than $250,000 in various educational and conservation programs directly benefiting the high peaks wilderness, supporting communities empowered by an awareness of history and wilderness values, and encouraging the enjoyment and responsible use of the high peak wilderness.
Beginning in June 2015, the grant administration functions of the Trust were undertaken by the Adirondack 46ers under a multi-year agreement, partnering the financial resources of the Trust with the human resources and mission of the 46ers. 46er President Brian Hoody (No. 4410W) appointed Suzanne Lance ( No. 1802W) to chair of the 46ers' new Trust Advisory Committee (TAC). George Sloan (No. 2651W) and Douglas Arnold (No. 4693W) were appointed to staff the new committee. The TAC will lead the effort to solicit, review and award grants from the Trust through December 31, 2018.
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For information or to apply for a grant contact: Suzanne Lance, TAC Chair
C/O Adirondack 46ers, Inc.
PO Box 180
Cadyville, New York 12918-0180
Adirondack 46R Conservation Trust@ 2015.
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