How Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation keeps tabs on the park's population By Janet Reynolds For many Adirondack lovers, a lake without the distinctive hoots and wails of a loon is unimaginable. The good news is that the Adirondack … [Read more...] about Loon protectors
Adirondack tall tales from Inlet and beyond By Janet Reynolds Mention an idea or place about the Adirondacks and chances are good Mitch Lee has a story to go with it. The self-proclaimed Adirondack Storyteller has been creating and telling … [Read more...] about Mitch Lee: Adirondack Storyteller
While towns consider whether to opt out, some say the park is perfect for marijuana tourism By Janet Reynolds Cannabis advocates may have done a happy dance March 31 when New York State became the 16th state to legalize adult recreational … [Read more...] about Cannabis in the Adirondacks: A natural economic high?
Not all of the economic news is as grim as the virus By Janet Reynolds Even as COVID-19 has ravaged the American economy, the pandemic has proven an economic boon for some in the Adirondack Park. Yes, many restaurants, some hotels and … [Read more...] about Looking back over pandemic summer, some Adirondacks businesses saw ‘best year ever’
By Janet Reynolds At least one sector of the Adirondack Park’s working world has done a bit of a happy dance right through New York's pandemic downturn: real estate agents. With plenty of open space, a generally low number of COVID cases and … [Read more...] about As real estate boom continues, a shortage of inventory remains
By Janet Reynolds Predicting the 2020 Adirondack Park tourism season’s crucial cash infusion is like trying to read a crystal ball. It's a murky crystal ball, at that. The variables include the success of a state-mandated, four-phase reopening … [Read more...] about A Summer to Survive