Leaders advocate for reuse of Moriah Shock buildings By Tim Rowland Rural lawmakers and green groups came together this week asking the state to make good use of a sprawling former prison in Moriah that they fear will go to seed if left … [Read more...] about What’s next for former Moriah prison?
Group calls for hearing in reaction to proposed cannon range in Lewis By Gwendolyn Craig In light of an application to test the ballistics of military cannons in the Town of Lewis, the Adirondack Council is calling on the Adirondack Park … [Read more...] about Adirondack Council: Prohibit private weapons testing in Adirondacks
By Gwendolyn Craig The state Assembly pulled a constitutional amendment that would have closed an emergency communications gap in Hamilton County after the attorney for a private hunting club said members were “stunned and shocked” over the … [Read more...] about Cathead Mountain constitutional amendment falls through, for now
State budget to arrive with Adirondack Park projects, $4.2 billion environmental bond act By Gwendolyn Craig Environmental organizations praised funding for Adirondack Park initiatives, a $4.2 billion environmental bond act and $400 … [Read more...] about Local leaders ‘declare victory’ in funding for Adirondacks
Adirondack Council plots journey to improved park management and communities By Mark A. Marchand Building on a 129-year-old promise to protect and nurture the Adirondack Park, the Adirondack Council on Tuesday unveiled a comprehensive roadmap … [Read more...] about Mapping a vision
Julia Goren returns to ADK as new deputy director By Mike De Socio Julia Goren, the incoming deputy director of the Adirondack Mountain Club, was not looking for a new job when she got a call from Michael Barrett, the organization's executive … [Read more...] about ‘We have a world class park here’