Fans of Debar Pond Lodge formulate next steps in fight to save the structure By Tim Rowland Built on the eve of World War II, Debar Lodge in the Town of Duane was a 20th century take on a 19th century idea. It recalled the chunky log … [Read more...] about What’s next for Debar Lodge?
Lawmakers showing movement on Mount Van Hoevenberg and Debar Lodge measures By Gwendolyn Craig State lawmakers are considering four constitutional amendments impacting the Adirondack Park, including one that would permit the sale of a former … [Read more...] about Adirondack constitutional amendments up against legislative clock
Proposed constitutional amendment would swap lodge for 400 acres By Tim Rowland Two North Country lawmakers have introduced a proposed constitutional amendment that would save the historic, state-owned Debar Lodge by swapping it to a nonprofit … [Read more...] about Lawmakers introduce plan to save Debar Pond Lodge
By Gwendolyn Craig The divide between historic preservationists and environmentalists over the fate of a 1940s-era Adirondack camp appears to be narrowing, as a nonprofit pursues a possible constitutional solution. The Debar Pond Institute, … [Read more...] about Debar Lodge proponents map out process for saving it