Our March/April issue is wrapping up here, and one story we'll have more about is tree-cutting on forest preserve. The issue stems from a court case in 2013. The organization Protect the Adirondacks sued the state Department of Environmental … [Read more...] about Tree cutting updates
Last week, we heard plenty of budget testimony from state agencies and groups, who were responding to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2022 budget proposal. I wrote about some of the testimony Adirondack groups gave during a virtual public hearing here. … [Read more...] about Budget and Fort Drum updates
Happy Monday! Following Gov. Andrew Cuomo's State of the State presentations, last week we learned about his 2022 proposed budget. Cuomo was largely asking the federal government to give the state more money, citing the coronavirus pandemic. New … [Read more...] about What’s in the State budget for the Adks?
Last week was a whirlwind of Gov. Andrew Cuomo press conferences. He gave not one, but four State of the State addresses. In case you missed it, green energy topped his third address, and we wrote an overview about his first … [Read more...] about Watching the State of the State & pine grosbeaks
Happy new year, all! It's great to be back from some time off. Of course things are off to a running start, with one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's four State of the State presentations today. Check our website Tuesday for a story. In a nutshell, … [Read more...] about Kicking off 2021
Gwendolyn Craig is away. This message is from Adirondack Explorer editor Brandon Loomis. This week marks Gwendolyn Craig's one-year anniversary of reporting for us here at the Adirondack Explorer, and she's using some well-deserved … [Read more...] about A year of covering the park