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Lost Brook Tract in April: Adirondack Rite of Spring

In September of 1911 the great Russian composer Igor Stravinsky began work on music for a ballet that we now… >>More

Natural History

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Ed Kanze: At Dusk A Strange Beast in The Driveway

While I wish I could boast instant recognition when the animal popped up in front of me, the fact was… >>More

Environment

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Environmental Excellence Awards Applicants Sought

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is accepting applications for the 2014 Environmental Excellence Awards program. The… >>More

History & Culture

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Dating The Cabin on Raquette Lake’s Indian Point

After my father’s sister Ellen married Michael FitzPatrick, both our families enjoyed summers together sharing the cabin on Raquette Lake’s… >>More

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