A week of cold-weather rescuesDEC's Ray Brook Dispatch received a call from a man concerned he had not heard… Study finds Adirondack emergency calls up 54 percent per rangerWith more users and more acreage incorporated into the park over the decade, the increase… A mountain shaped by fireIn total, about 90 acres of woods were consumed by the fire, and bordering the… Images of the Noonmark Fire site 20 years laterImages and a video from a visit to the 1999 Noonmark Fire site off the… An Adventure in the Five Ponds WildernessIn late September, Explorer Publisher Tracy Ormsbee and I joined Sam Eddy for a bushwhack… November snowfall in the AdirondacksSnow starting falling Monday in the Adirondacks, leaving about 6 to 8 inches by late…
Wild Center’s Youth Climate Summit encourages students to bring plans home to their schools and communitiesWhile most of the schools represented at the summit are in the Adirondacks, students also traveled from other places including… >>More
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