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Should state buy the Tahawus rail line?

The controversy over the use of a thirty-mile rail line in the central Adirondacks got a lot more interesting in recent weeks. The railroad that… >>More

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Ice Out Progress on Long Lake

Ice out appears to be at least a couple of weeks away on many of lakes and ponds in the Adirondacks. However, Long Lake has… >>More

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Giving winter a hand at Mount Van Ho

Mount Van Hoevenberg manager Kris Cheney-Seymour said the short ski season goaded the center to find a way to stay open longer in warm winters.… >>More



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A lunchtime ski at Dewey Mountain

Explorer Editor Phil Brown skis to the summit of Dewey Mountain during his lunch break. >>More

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Sherburne “Shere” Abbott to Keynote 25th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks

Sherburne Abbott, Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy at Syracuse University and former Senior Science Advisor to President Barack Obama,… >>More

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Tank cars near Boreas River

Is rail car storage violating Wild, Scenic and Recreational Rivers System Act?

Adirondack Wild and the nonprofit law firm Earthjustice are urging the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) in a letter to use… >>More

Outdoor Recreation

Snow Factory Mount Van Hoevenberg

Giving winter a hand at Mount Van Ho

Mount Van Hoevenberg manager Kris Cheney-Seymour said the short ski season goaded the center to find a way to stay… >>More

Environment

Should state buy the Tahawus rail line?

The controversy over the use of a thirty-mile rail line in the central Adirondacks got a lot more interesting in… >>More

Adirondack Almanack

25th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks

The 25th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks has been set for May 24th and 25th at the Conference Center at… >>More

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Each issue of the Adirondack Explorer contains reviews of the non-fiction books that matter most to our readers. The subjects include Adirondack history, outdoor recreation, wildlife, natural history, and public policy. Most of the past reviews are now available online.

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