Anglers, researchers team up to preserve one of the region’s few native fish species By Zachary Matson Catching a brook trout is one thing. Collecting its DNA is an altogether different challenge. The key is to get a good grip, hold it in a … [Read more...] about What’s in store for Adirondack brook trout?
Paul Smith’s climate researchers forecast decline of outdoors culture, species disruption By Zachary Matson A new paper from Paul Smith’s College researchers raises the specter of an Adirondack Park without the winter weather that has long … [Read more...] about Study: Shorter Adirondack winters coming
ORDA seeks permit for significant increase in water withdrawals at Olympic sports complex By Zachary Matson The operators of the state Olympic sports complex at Mount Van Hoevenberg seek a permit to withdraw up to 235,000 gallons of water a day … [Read more...] about Van Ho looks to make more snow
Boat stewards work to ensure smooth transition to mandatory inspections, although staffing remains an issue By Zachary Matson Boat stewards Jim Reynolds and Kevin Kennedy chatted a recent Friday morning with longtime friends and neighbors as … [Read more...] about No boat left behind
Nature Conservancy finds thousands of barriers to Lake Champlain By Zachary Matson The dam behind the Reber Volunteer Fire Department near Willsboro is so small it’s not counted on the state’s inventory of over 500 Adirondack dams, but removing … [Read more...] about Removal of small Reber dam could be big for salmon habitat
Students, activists, Indigenous people push for recognition of rights for Adirondack waters By Zachary Matson The Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address, core to Mohawk tradition, calls on adherents to “live in balance and harmony with each … [Read more...] about In defense of nature