Raymond fund will help children of DEC officers pay for college By Gwendolyn Craig The widow of an Adirondacks-based environmental conservation officer has started an annual scholarship in memory of her late husband, who died from cancers … [Read more...] about Adirondack conservation officer’s widow starts memorial scholarship
Records show 782,000 acres are without any management plans By Gwendolyn Craig It was an 80-degree Friday in June and Richard Goldmann was trying to enjoy his day off. The anesthesiologist from Poughkeepsie planned to ride the Warren County … [Read more...] about The long wait for forest preserve plans
Hendrickson says he will not sell larger Whitney estate to state By Gwendolyn Craig John Hendrickson, the widower of socialite and philanthropist Marylou Whitney, is selling the couple's former summer residence called “Camp on a Point” on … [Read more...] about Another Whitney property up for sale
The Adirondack Park Agency Act directs the state Department of Environmental Conservation to create management plans for units under the department's jurisdiction. The Adirondack Park Agency must review the plans for their conformance with the … [Read more...] about What is a unit management plan?
New rules result from state’s snowmobile trail litigation loss By Gwendolyn Craig More than two years after the New York State Court of Appeals ruled some snowmobile trails planned for in the Adirondack Park violated the state constitution, … [Read more...] about State adopts new forest preserve tree-cutting policy
DEC announces start of $1.6 million in repairs, foundation finds suspected HAB By Gwendolyn Craig The Upper Locks providing boat access between Lower and Middle Saranac Lake will close on Sept. 18 for $1.6 million in repairs, the state … [Read more...] about Upper Locks between Lower and Middle Saranac Lake to close for repairs