McKibben: Climate action requires a movement"We're essentially paying no attention." Monarchs and swallowtailsMonarchs have been a common sight this summer in the Adirondacks as their numbers are… More Adirondack Park wilderness rescues last weekOn Aug. 5 at 11:25 p.m., Franklin County 911 transferred a call to DEC's Ray… State appeals ruling barring tree cutting for trailsLocal officials and proponents of other trail projects to benefit cyclists and skiers have fretted… “Hot Spot” backcountry education kicks offLeave No Trace travelling trainers will be in the High Peaks for about a week… Rope rescue at Hanging Spear FallsThe hikers had climbed down to see the waterfall at Hanging Spear Falls and could…
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