November photo highlightsPhoto highlights from the month of November include images from Reber Rock Farm, the Halloween… New Sunrise hub in Saranac Lake plans Plattsburgh ‘strike’This group of young activists conducts their meetings in accordance with the standards laid out… A trail for all seasonsOne of my go-to ski tours, especially early in the season, is the Hays Brook… ‘Murray’s Fools’ at 150As New York becomes more diverse, as languages other than English are spoken in every… Home, green homeLike many people who live in the Adirondacks, Betsy Lowe loves the place and wants… Governor announces millions in grants to Adirondack programsThis round of grants includes some focused on enhancing “age-friendly” communities.
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