March 15, 2021
When she’s not volunteering as a summit steward, Mary Lamb is doing trail work with the ADK46ers or answering questions, reading hiker accounts and looking at the photos of aspiring 46ers as an official correspondent for the program.
February 2, 2021
As a summit guide on Poke-O-Moonshine in college and later a summit steward for the Adirondack Mountain Club and then manager of John’s Brook Lodge for two and a half years while in grad school to become a scientist, Brandon Wiltse developed a real love of wilderness.
January 30, 2021
Deborah Andersen has taught generations of third graders in Bolton Landing, including the parents of her students, most of her nieces and nephews, and her own children.
January 23, 2021
When the longtime community activist looks around the town of almost 6,000, she sees only promise: businesses moving into the downtown; two new craft breweries; a new arts center, Tupper Arts; the Wild Center; the Sky Center; dilapidated buildings finally torn down and new standards applied.
November 17, 2020
We know Joanne Kennedy from her photos featuring Adirondack wildlife and landscapes published in the Adirondack Mountain Club’s Adirondac magazine, her monthly column in the Plattsburgh Press-Republican, “Navigating Nature,” and her book, “Leave Only Footprints: A Walk on the Wild Side–Adirondack Style.” I
October 26, 2020
Editor’s note: This story first appeared in 2017 in Adirondack Explorer’s magazine. Storytelling—stories about Native American history as told by the people who lived it and not the abridged school textbook version—is part of Dave Kanietakeron Fadden’s makeup, his DNA. He is Mohawk. Though he’d never in his life addressed a group, Fadden went ahead…
October 9, 2020
World-renowned stone sculptor John Van Alstine’s interpretation of nature’s interaction with the man-made world extends from his art to his home to his appreciation of the world around him.