In this Magazine
Who leads the park?
Some say extended Adirondack Park Agency board terms diminish authority.
‘Murray’s Fools’ today
At its sesquicentennial, an old book remains relevant.
Pinnacle of conservation
A trail offers great views of a protected watershed around Lake George.
Working for warblers
Bird lovers pitch forestry for early-succession species.
Selling a public mansion
University lists Newcomb’s Masten House for $1.45 million.
Overshadowed by neighbors, Kettle Trail is a quiet retreat.
The lake protectors
“Apple-converted-space”Associations fight invasives and promote water quality.
Tree cutting and other plans could prompt constitutional amendment.
The old college try
Paul Smith’s innovates to overcome small-school demographics.
A wild classroom
North Country rec students spend a month in the backcountry.
A fire’s mark
20 years later, Noonmark Fire still evident in conspicuous aspens.
Architects and builders work to make Adirondacks sustainable.
Great camp, great camping
A former cosmetics mogul’s abandoned retreat is a public asset.
One peak, or 46?
When kids bag their first, the debate over more begins.
On the Wild Side