Neil Woodworth, who is stepping down as the Adirondack Mountain Club’s executive director at the end of 2019, helped shepherd through a transformational era in the Adirondack narrative.
Adirondack Mountain Club
Land managers, researchers and stewards from the Adirondacks to Maine met this past weekend in Lake Placid for the 11th biennial Northeastern Alpine Stewardship Gathering.
The stewardship program began in 1999 when property owners around the St. Regis lakes raised concerns about protecting their lake chain. Through their private donations, Paul Smith’s began hiring boat stewards for inspecting boats as they entered those waters
A new group–Adirondack Wilderness Advocates–is seeking nonprofit status, raising the question of what niche it and several other Adirondack groups fill.
Owners of a thirty-mile rail line in the central Adirondacks who sparked controversy by storing dozens of empty tank cars…