Paleface estate and mansion sold to wellness entrepreneurs By Tim Rowland The former Paleface ski center and adjoining estate in Jay has been sold to a downstate couple who plan on keeping the property in the hospitality business, with a focus … [Read more...] about In Wilmington, a new life for defunct ski center
New ethics commission could consider APA case By Gwendolyn Craig A retired Adirondack Park Agency staff member’s stymied attempt at submitting input this summer during the agency’s open public comment period could lead New York’s Commission on … [Read more...] about Can state (ex)employees submit public comments?
Land trust partnership leads to planned Native museum expansion By Mike Lynch The Six Nations Iroquois Cultural Center took a big step forward with a planned expansion last week, purchasing 333 acres from its new partner, Adirondack Land … [Read more...] about Iroquois center in Onchiota acquires 333 acres
Adirondack Land Trust seeks input on Glenview Preserve property By Tim Rowland At a public hearing in Saranac Lake Wednesday, the Adirondack Land Trust began planning the future of an iconic tract of high ground on Route 86 north of the … [Read more...] about Preserving an iconic Adirondack view
2021 ROOST visitors survey reveals a return to pre-covid numbers, for the most part By Jamie Organski The summer season has always reigned supreme in terms of tourism in the Adirondacks in comparison to winter, fall and spring, aka mud season. … [Read more...] about For visitors, is fall the new summer?
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