Below are some resources for visitors and stakeholders (museums, heritage organizations, and other nonprofits). Lakes to Locks Passage is not responsible for the content of external websites.
Amtrak Adirondack Route Guide
A link to a PDF guide from Amtrak about train travel from Montreal to New York City and all points in between.
Travel Resources for our French-Speaking Visitors * French Language Visitor Information and Brochures
Lakes to Locks has translated the English language exhibits of some of our partner Heritage Centers along the scenic byway: Visit our French language website.
In addition, we have translated several of our English-language guides and brochures into French:
Le cote nord des Adirondacks
Sept circuits du reseau des Voles cyclables du lac Champlain
Les « Narrows »
Sentier maritime du lac Champlain: Guide d’interprétation à l’intention des plaisanciers.
Guide de la Ville Sur le Lac: Plattsburgh
Voies pedestres du Plattsburgh guide d'interpretation
RESOURCES FOR MUSEUMS, HERITAGE ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHER NONPROFITS
Lakes to Locks has been sponsoring a series of workshops and roundtables for the benefit of museum staff and other heritage organizations. Below are the summaries from some of them:
June 2013 IMLS HERITAGE CENTERS SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOP Organizational Leadership and Working with Volunteers Workshop Presented by Boris Frank, Boris...
Collections Care Workshop
Collections Management Policy workshop presentation notes from September 17, 2010, at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall..
Working With The Press Workshop
Notes and attachments for March 2009 Media Workshop Contents:Meeting Notes, Media Contact List, Denton Publication's Media Toolkit.
Succession Planning Workshop
Materials from 10/2/09 IMLS Succession Training Workshop Contents:AASLH Draft Succession Plan Emergency Succession Plan for the Museum Association...
Vision Mission and Planning for Organizational Growth
From Chaos to Clarity: The Importance of Vision, Mission and Planning for Organizational Growth Presented by Anne W. Ackerson, Director, Museum Association of New York. Friday October 3, 2008.
HOW TO NOMINATE A DESTINATION TO OUR GEOTOURISM WEBSITE
Geotourism Nomination Help Guide
Nominate your organization or other favorite destination so it can be highlighted on our Lakes to Locks-National Geographic co-branded website. This guide provides you with everything you need to know.
ANNUAL REPORTS & BYLAWS
Lakes to Locks Passage 2006 Annual Report
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Lakes to Locks Passage 2009 Fact Sheet
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Lakes to Locks Passage 2010 Annual Report
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Lakes to Locks Passage 2011 Annual Report
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Lakes to Locks Passage Bylaws
Lakes to Locks Passage, Inc. Bylaws, as revised December...
Lakes to Locks PassagePort
The Lakes to Locks “PassagePort” uses 21st century wayfinding tools to create an experience that encourages travelers to explore the landscape as a cross between a thematic itinerary, scavenger hunt and geocaching.