Just like you, we love the Adirondacks for so many reasons: The mountains, lakes, streams, unmatched recreation opportunities and unspoiled wilderness. This is why our dedicated journalists work so hard to deliver comprehensive coverage of the … [Read more...] about Summer outreach tour: coming to a Stewart’s Shop near you!
This Earth Day, Explorer staffers share some images that capture what we love about living, working and exploring the Adirondacks. Spring/mud season often isn't the prettiest time of the year, which makes many of these photos all the more … [Read more...] about A place worth celebrating
Some highlights from illustrator Jerry Russell's contributions to the Explorer After nearly 25 years of artwork for Adirondack Explorer, Jerry Russell is stepping away to follow other pursuits. "It's been great working with the Explorer all … [Read more...] about So long, Jerry, and thanks for all the illustrations!
By Dana Holmlund The Lake George Park Commission (LGPC) is seeking Adirondack Park Agency approval to trial the herbicide ProcellaCOR EC in two dense patches of invasive Eurasian watermilfoil in Lake George. After years of milfoil management, the … [Read more...] about Lake George groups at odds over plan to use herbicide that targets milfoil
By John Thaxton When I think of unsung beauty I think of mourning doves, with their gorgeous, smooth pale brown plumage flecked with black and their pretty, pale blue eyelids. I also think of their squeaky wingbeats as they take to the air from a … [Read more...] about A call of mourning
Capital Region native has organized Adirondack initiatives Staff report AdkAction on Wednesday named Sawyer Cresap to be the nonprofit advocacy organization’s new executive director. Cresap, who grew up in the Capital Region, … [Read more...] about AdkAction names Sawyer Cresap new executive director