This Earth Day, Explorer staffers share some images that capture what we love about living, working and exploring the Adirondacks. Spring/mud season often isn’t the prettiest time of the year, which makes many of these photos all the more special.
Hope you enjoyed our “signs of spring” gallery! Here’s one from this week’s April snowstorm:
Happy Earth Day!
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ENDANGERED SPECIES CONDOMS says
A place worth celebrating, yet Americans see this as a place worth desecrating by clearcutting unnatural squares into the forest, which are susceptible to windthrow and do not have any relation to biodiversity.
If Americans want timber, then clearcut the suburbs where much bigger, better timber trees uproot along sidewalks, and have to be constantly replanted anyway. Leave the Adirondacks wild. Stop adding more human babies. 8 BILLION PEOPLE IS TOO MUCH ! HUMAN CONTRACEPTION WILL SAVE NATURE SO THAT IT CAN REPRODUCE.