Forest bathing photo gallery Multimedia reporter Mike Lynch put together a gallery of photos he took on a forest bathing session held at Paul Smith's College's Visitor Information Center. CHECK IT OUT The last issue of Adirondack … [Read more...] about Putting 2020 to bed and the week’s top news
When it was last relicensed, the owners of Treadwell Mills dam on the Saranac River put in a fish ladder so salmon could get through. The ladder, which looks like a wet wheelchair ramp for fish to swim up, has never been used, though, because salmon … [Read more...] about Are fish ladders the answer?
Foresters and researchers track and attack spreading invaders By Gwendolyn Craig Shelving Rock Trail offered a shady respite on a warm September day in Fort Ann. Couples here and there strolled beneath the forest canopy toward spectacular views … [Read more...] about Keeping the invasive bugs at bay
Research shows therapeutic benefits of spending time immersed in nature By Francesca Krempa Chantelle Kite and her son Sage arrive at the hike barefoot. Her daughter Sophia, a stoic 9-yearold, stands at her side wearing boots, occasionally … [Read more...] about Forest bathing: A cure for what ails
By Gwendolyn Craig Since at least 1985, the invasive Eurasian watermilfoil has populated Lake George’s waters, which also means officials have tried many different ways of getting rid of it. One of those ways is now in the garbage, … [Read more...] about Decades-old milfoil mats removed from Lake George
By Gwendolyn Craig Dog Beach, the unofficial beach adjacent to the state’s Lake George Beach in the village, is transforming into a water quality project. The popular hangout was fenced off around Memorial Day weekend after beach-goers were not … [Read more...] about Lake George’s ‘Dog Beach’ turned into water quality filter