While crime rates overall are relatively low, a few problem spots exist such as trail-head break-ins, drug-related thefts By Will Doolittle Sarah Keyes is often up in the middle of the night, after she gets off a nursing shift at Adirondack … [Read more...] about Crime in the Adirondacks?
While broadband is available to most Adirondack residents, gaps remain By Mark Marchand Not since railroads and highways transformed access to the Adirondacks has the region stood poised to dramatically improve the area’s connectedness … [Read more...] about Broadening access to high-speed internet
Tucker Farms grows deep roots in the region By Richard Figiel It’s tough to be a farmer in the Adirondacks, and doubly so at a scale that supplies wholesale markets out-of-state. And it’s hard anywhere to keep a family farm alive for more than … [Read more...] about No small potatoes for this Adirondack farm family
Adirondack woods offer a bounty equal to any food store. Take care to follow rules around wild food gathering. By Carolyn Shapiro Jane Desotelle crouched at the edge of a brick walkway outside the Ausable Club lodge and plucked a green leaf and … [Read more...] about Woodland shopping for wild edibles
By Jack Rightmyer We have a tradition in the family to cross-country ski into the Santanoni Great Camp in Newcomb every year around New Year’s Day. Santanoni is one of the Adirondack’s first Great Camps, built in 1893 by the … [Read more...] about Appreciating kinship on a trip to Santanoni
Hungry Trout Fly Shop owner uses frozen lakes to provide outdoor learning By Eric Teed Jessica and Adam Payne and their two children, Henry, 8, and Norah, 9, didn’t get skunked ice fishing with guide Evan Bottcher on the Martin Luther King Jr. … [Read more...] about Ice fishing picks up new fans, thanks to guide