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FEATURES

Lake George invaders 

Could ungated boat ramps invite champlain’s nonnative nasties?

Girding for battle 

Facing the Adirondack black fly requires planning—and some gear.

Economic preservation? 

New demographic analysis challenges wisdom on the costs of park regulation.

Unlocking the Cedar River 

State land purchases open it, but it’s still a tricky float trip to plan.

Warming Adirondack waters 

Climate change has altered ice season. What’s next for the famous lakes?

Calling all lifeguards 

State campground beaches suffer a shortage of trained lifesavers.

More briny wells on tap 

Watershed researchers find most wells below state roads are salty.

Trout and about 

Brookies and lake trout help eager anglers shake off winter.

A costly backflip 

Landing pad for Whiteface aerials proves risky, for a skier and New York.

Energy plan fizzles 

After eyeing renewables policy, park agency sticks with old rules.

Up for a challenge 

Wilmington Whiteface bike race tests limits and cramp cures.

Rails or trails? 

Railroad wants to restore service where others are ready to move on.

 

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