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Groups: Keep larger ATVs off trails

June 10, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — A coalition of environmental groups wants to make sure larger off-road vehicles remain off of New York’s public trail. more »»

Northway gas station to reopen

June 10, 2014 NORTH HUDSON (AP) — A gas station along the Adirondack Northway that’s been idle for a decade is re-opening. The former Frontier Town Gas Station at Exit 29 is expected to be open by mid-Jul. more »»

Northville celebrates new trailhead

June 9, 2014 NORTHVILLE — Dozens of people packed a closed section of Main Street in this village Saturday to witness the opening of a new starting point for a nationally recognized hiking trail. more »»

Mount Pisgah bike trails progress

June 9, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Volunteers from around the Tri-Lakes region spent Saturday working on Mount Pisgah Ski Center’s mountain bike trails on National Trails Da. more »»

New plan for Adirondack portion of national trail

June 7, 2014 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released a revised draft of the Adirondack Park Trail Plan for the North Country National Scenic Trail. more »»

Environmentalists question legality of Jay mining plan

June 7, 2014 Environmentalists are crying foul over the state’s plan to override Adirondack Park wilderness protections to allow exploratory mining in part of the Jay Mountain Wilderness. more »»

Group proposes new southern Adirondack wilderness

June 7, 2014 ALBANY — An environmental group on Friday proposed establishing a new wilderness area in the southern Adirondacks combining almost 4,000 acres of timberland that New York recently bought with about... more »»

Green group proposes new southern Adirondack wilderness

June 6, 2014 ALBANY — An environmental group today proposed establishing a new wilderness area in the southern Adirondacks combining almost 4,000 acres of timberland that New York recently bought with about 9,00... more »»

Tupper Lake archers earn recognition

June 5, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — Two Tupper Lake archers represented New York state last month at the National Archery in the Schools Program in Louisville, Kentucky. more »»

Lake Flower water lowered for work

June 4, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The village lowered Lake Flower significantly Tuesday, but it’ll have to lower it more today to do much emergency construction work on Duprey Street sewer lines. more »»

The way of the waters

May 31, 2014 Several years back I published a column that detailed the need for outdoor etiquette as it concerns anglers, hunters and paddlers. more »»

Wiltse, Buker join Ausable River Association

May 31, 2014 WILMINGTON — The Ausable River Association (AsRA) recently hired Brendan Wiltse as its full-time Stewardship and Outreach Coordinator. more »»

Summer staff takes posts in backcountry

May 31, 2014 Following a week of training, a group of 40 backcountry stewards and assistant forest rangers were deployed on state lands and wildlife management areas across New York last weekend to protect the... more »»

Fish on

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Tracking down ticks

May 30, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondacks are expected to be New York’s next battleground in the fight against Lyme disease and other tick-borne disease. more »»

Into the wild

May 29, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — It’s been a long time coming, but construction of the Wild Walk is finally underway. more »»

Dewey meets base lodge fundraising goal

May 29, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — Dewey Mountain Friends has reached its goal of raising $350,000 for a new base lodge at the Dewey Mountain Recreation Center, capping off a successful winter and spring fundraising... more »»

Waterski event gets final OK

May 29, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The village board unanimously approved a contract letting a waterskiing competition use Mirror Lake. more »»

Last line of defense

May 28, 2014 PAUL SMITHS — Sometimes watercraft can carry unwanted passengers. No one invites variable-leaf milfoil or water chestnut on the family vacation, but they can come along for the ride. more »»

Court sides with EPA on not setting new acid rain standard

May 27, 2014 WASHINGTON - A federal appeals court ruled today that the Environmental Protection Agency was justified in not establishing a new air quality standard for acid rain. more »»

 
 

 

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