Real estate boom presents dilemma for assessors across the Adirondacks By Jeff Platsky When an updated assessment arrived at Anthony Siquier’s residence in Jay, the small business owner was more than a little peeved. The assessed value on … [Read more...] about As home prices soar, so do assessments
There are many reasons why I cherish the Adirondack Explorer/Almanack. First and foremost is the in depth coverage of the issues that affect the Park, Forest Preserve, water, private land, people and communities of the Adirondacks. Combined, the … [Read more...] about Bob Meyer: Why this matters
Pre-dawn arrival assures only less sleep for this outdoors writer By Lisa Ballard Since COVID-19 hit and the Adirondacks got discovered by many more hikers, the state Department of Environmental Conservation, Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) and … [Read more...] about A steady stream of hikers, parkers and High Peaks visitors
Adirondack Explorer and Adirondack Mountain Club are hosting a conversation around education, hikers in High Peaks region The Adirondack Explorer wrapped up its series on solutions to managing the flow of hikers coming to the High Peaks region in … [Read more...] about Straight talk about High Peaks management
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