Global Climate Strikes planned for the AdirondacksOn Friday, Sept. 20, adults are being called on to join schoolchildren who have been… Neighbors alarmed by weapons training at Mount Van HoevenbergState police officers began a three-month weapons training course at Mount Van Hoevenberg this week,… Improved Boreas Ponds access opensLast Friday the state Department of Environmental Conservation opened Gulf Brook Road as far as… Forest ranger highlights: 90-Miler participant gets lost and is rescuedThe following are forest ranger actions that took place between September 2 and September 8.… The next land preservation fight?The list of Adirondack lands protected over the past two decades is long and impressive,… ‘Dream Mile’ on Ausable River gets dreamierLandowners noticed how a large pool on their property known as the Culvert Pool—a spot…
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