An Adirondack historian is researching how climate change will affect culture and history for a statewide climate assessment By Chloe Bennett Across the state, extreme weather including hurricanes, rising sea levels and the heat island … [Read more...] about How will climate change alter history?
Aerial photographs document humans' impact on Adirondacks By Philip Terrie When we think of Adirondack history, we don’t ordinarily devote much thought to industry. That’s an urban thing, found in other parts of New York: Buffalo, Brooklyn, … [Read more...] about A scarred landscape
Adirondack Experience museum celebrates wild world of fungi By Tim Rowland Long viewed with circumspection or ignored altogether, mushrooms are having a moment. Last weekend, mycomania came to the Adirondack Experience in Blue Mountain Lake, … [Read more...] about Mushroom mania hits the Adirondacks
By Mike De Socio The takeaway from last summer was clear: More visitors than ever flocked to the Adirondacks to get their fill of open space in a year that had us confined in our homes due to the pandemic. This summer, when travel began … [Read more...] about Across the Adirondacks, tourism was up and down this summer
Editor's note: This first ran in the July/August 2018 issue of Adirondack Explorer. Click here to subscribe Christine Campeau, school programs manager at the Adirondack Experience for the past twenty-one years, has a simple formula for attracting … [Read more...] about Christine Campeau: Passionate about Adirondack history
By Gwendolyn Craig Two Adirondack Park museums are working to make the area more welcoming for people of color, with the help of state and federal grant funding. In January 2020, the Adirondack Experience museum in Blue Mountain Lake and The … [Read more...] about Adirondack Experience, Wild Center partner on diversity efforts