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Flies could avert hemlock threat

July 11, 2015 Mark Whitmore, a forest entomologist for Cornell Cooperative Extension, took a trip to Great Smoky Mountain National Park and saw the devastation firsthand. more »»

‘Shield’ against invasives

July 10, 2015 SARANAC INN — The Upper Saranac Foundation has defended its namesake from invasive species like Eurasian watermilfoil for more than a decad. more »»

APA OKs snowmobile trails

July 10, 2015 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency has approved a new snowmobile trail system that links three central Adirondack communities. more »»

Volunteers sought to help count loons

July 10, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — The Wildlife Conservation Society is looking for volunteers to help count loons on Adirondack lake. more »»

Hearing swings to trail

July 9, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — State officials got an earful Wednesday on their plan to split up the Adirondack rail corridor, mostly from supporters of removing the railroad tracks, including a large contingent of... more »»

Adirondack Council to honor former board chairs, celebrate 40th anniversary

July 9, 2015 LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Council will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Saturday, July 18, by honoring all 11 chairs of its board of directors, naming each as Conservationist of the Year at... more »»

Wooden canoe show returns to Paul Smiths

July 9, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Hundreds of vintage canoes will be on display next week at Paul Smith’s College when the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association returns for its 36th annual assembly. more »»

State adds Utica hearing on rail/trail plan

July 8, 2015 UTICA — A second public hearing regarding a proposed amendment to the unit management plan for the Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor has been scheduled in Utic. more »»

Tupper Lake tower, recreational trails top APA agenda

July 8, 2015 RAY BROOK — A controversial plan to create community-connector snowmobile trails in Essex County and a proposed emergency communications tower in Tupper Lake are among the agenda items at this week’... more »»

Village of Tupper Lake issues bonds for local projects

July 8, 2015 TUPPER LAKE — The village board agreed to borrow money to pay for a trail, street lights and utility poles. more »»


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Grants help groups study species of concern

July 4, 2015 RAY BROOK — Groups in the Adirondacks have been using state grants to study species of concern in the Adirondacks. more »»

Waterfalls provide respite from heavy rains

July 4, 2015 As a result of the season’s off-and-on heavy rains, outdoor travelers have been forced to go without getting out, or they’ve simply learned to deal with the damp hand they’ve been dealt. more »»

APA issues broad permits for invasive removal

July 4, 2015 ALBANY — The Adirondack Park Agency has approved two general permits for removing non-native plants and animals from the 6 million acres of state forests and wilderness and privately owned land in... more »»

Beyond Lyme, new illnesses, more reason to watch for ticks

July 4, 2015 WASHINGTON — Lyme disease makes the headlines, but there are plenty of additional reasons to avoid tick bites. more »»

DEC workers rescue Bluff Island jumper from drowning

July 3, 2015 SARANAC LAKE — A man who was drowning Thursday afternoon in Lower Saranac Lake after jumping from Bluff Island was pulled into a boat by a handful of state Department of Environmental Conservation... more »»

Reintroduce cougars?

July 3, 2015 PAUL SMITHS — Protect the Adirondacks will host a talk Sunday about possibly reintroducing cougars to the Adirondacks. more »»

This year’s Common Ground forum will focus on ‘Building Vibrant Communities’

July 3, 2015 LONG LAKE — Community leaders, innovative entrepreneurs and Adirondack citizens will gather here on Wednesday, July 15 to discuss constructive ways to enhance the quality of life in communities... more »»

DEC chief Martens resigns

July 2, 2015 ALBANY — A day after enacting a promised ban on fracking, New York Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joseph Martens has announced that he’ll step down this month. more »»

EPA: Brook trout, salmon could fade from Adirondacks by 2100

July 1, 2015 A study conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found that brook trout and landlocked Atlantic salmon could disappear from Adirondack waterways by 2100. more »»



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