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NY follows ROOST, posts virtual tours of parks, attractions

November 10, 2014 ALBANY — New York has posted online more than 90 virtual tours of parks, campgrounds, attractions and other popular destinations. more »»

Finding a way to get out of range

November 8, 2014 Unfortunately, I spent the majority of last weekend indoors, which is a highly unusual event in my normal autumn routine. more »»

NYSEF kids get physical year-round

November 8, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Mountain sports become a way of life for some. more »»

Rail meetings end in Placid

November 8, 2014 LAKE PLACID — The public has spoken, and it is divided. more »»

Showdown

November 7, 2014 TUPPER LAKE — If the state departments of Environmental Conservation and Transportation have learned one thing from the recent round of public comment sessions, it’s that the public is interested in... more »»

DEC approves fire tower restoration plan

November 7, 2014 Restoration of the fire towers atop St. Regis and Hurricane mountains is expected start next year. more »»

Management plan for St. Lawrence land released

November 7, 2014 BRASHER FALLS (AP) — The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released a new management plan for state forests in northern St. Lawrence and Franklin counties. more »»

DEC seeks public comment on aquatic invasive species plan

November 6, 2014 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is inviting feedback on its new plan to take action against aquatic invasive specie. more »»

Emerald ash borer found in 2 more counties

November 6, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — The emerald ash borer has been confirmed in two more New York countie. more »»

U.S. agents find beetle larvae at northern border

November 6, 2014 LEWISTON (AP) — Live larvae of a destructive beetle have been found in a U.S.-bound shipment of rain ponchos from Chin. more »»

N.Y. reacts to deer disease case in Ohio

November 6, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — New York is tightening rules on hunters bringing in game from Ohio after a confirmed case of chronic wasting disease in a deer. more »»

Rangers help injured, lost hikers

November 4, 2014 RAY BROOK — State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers responded to the following incidents in the Adirondacks from Oct. 27 to Nov. more »»

2 more public meetings on rail vs. trail

November 3, 2014 TUPPER LAKE (AP) — The state departments of Transportation and Environmental Conservation are holding two public meetings this week on the future of the 119-mile Adirondack rail corridor from the... more »»

Summit steward program gets a boost

November 1, 2014 LAKE PLACID — If you’ve hiked in the Adirondack High Peaks, you’ve probably met a summit steward. more »»

A hard lesson in hunting preparedness

November 1, 2014 It’s been a relatively wet week in the local woods, which made for quiet travel and expanded views. more »»

ORDA ponders zip line at Whiteface

November 1, 2014 WILMINGTON — The state Olympic Regional Development Authority is still considering putting a zip line at one of the facilities it manages. The idea has been many years in the making. more »»

Village settles eminent domain case for $150K

October 30, 2014 SARANAC LAKE — The village will pay $150,000 to settle a costly and long-running legal battle over a sewer line it installed in 2005. more »»

Rail-trail debate continues in Old Forge

October 30, 2014 OLD FORGE —?The state Department of Environmental Conservation and the state Department of Transportation have been busy researching rail trail options, and they are ready to share what they have... more »»

Ad’k groups: FCC rule protects vistas

October 30, 2014 ALBANY (AP) — Environmental groups say new federal rules authorizing taller cell phone towers will protect Adirondack vistas by upholding state requirements that towers must blend in. more »»

Tree pests found in western New York, Long Island

October 30, 2014 ALBANY — New infestations by two devastating forest pests have been detected at opposite ends of New York state, endangering pines in Long Island and hemlocks in a rugged canyon south of Buffalo. more »»

 
 
 

 

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