About Tim Rowland

Tim Rowland is a columnist, author and outdoors writer living in Jay.

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  1. John Davis says

    Thank you for this good and important article, Tim (and whole Adirondack Explorer team). Additional money from the state for needed conservation land acquisitions will save critical wildlife habitat, enhance quiet recreation opportunities, and mitigate the effects of climate chaos. As you know, a great place for the state to invest more resources is in Split Rock Wildway, key wildlife corridor linking Lake Champlain and its valley with the High Peaks to the West. Other key habitat connections include the Adirondacks to Greens (Southern Lake Champlain Valley), Adirondacks to Tug Hill Plateau (Black River Valley), Algonquin to Adirondack (A2A) axis, and along streams throughout and beyond the Park. Thanks for your good work. John Davis, Rewilding Earth editor

  2. Lawrence Johnson says

    The climate has always been changing and it has been warming for at least the last 25K years. The ADK’s were under a mile thick glacier as recently as 15, 000 years ago. Climate “chaos” – how do you define chaos and how do you quantitate chaos.
    Yes, let’s prevent pollution, acid rain and environmental degradation but alarmism about the natural warming process serves no good purpose.

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