New York forests — but not biofuels — factor in climate plansNew York is counting on its forests to inhale heat-trapping carbon dioxide; to sequester the… Fall foliage and first tracksFall foliage photos from the northern and eastern Adirondacks, including some from Anthony's Nose on… Plastic pollutes the parkMicroplastics are polluting Adirondack streams and lakes once thought unaffected by the emerging environmental threat,… Judge stays construction of Cedar River bridgeThe ruling last week by state Supreme Court Judge Robert Muller comes in the lawsuit… State and Protect disagree on tree-cutting limitsIn July, the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court agreed with Protect the Adirondacks that… State to update trout management planThe plan will be largely informed by a series of 16 public meetings that were…
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