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Is there any true wilderness left in the Park?

July 28, 2012
By JOE HACKETT - Outdoors Columnist (tahawus@northnet.org) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Despite more than two centuries of forest harvest and the combined and increasingly brutal onslaughts of floods, wind storms, wildfires, invasive species, climate change and ice storms, the Adirondack forests of 2012 remain "the most continuous they have been in over 150 years," according to the Adirondack Atlas published by the Wildlife Conservation Society.

 
 
 

 

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