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The Park has plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth.
Also 130,000 full-time residents call the Park home.
Its uniqueness and beauty make the Adirondack Park a very special place.
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Cool Park/Healthy Planet Program and how you
can help combat climate change.
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In & About the Park - Our Blog

November 18, 2014  |  by: Lisa M. Genier
Loons. We all love them. We all get a thrill when we see a loon or hear their haunting cries. A little recent research further expanded my appreciation for these creatures I have enjoyed my entire life. Here’s what I learned about this great symbol of wilderness.
November 14, 2014  |  by: John F. Sheehan
Adirondack Common Ground Alliance Releases its
The Adirondack Common Ground Alliance (CGA) just announced its list of priorities for state government, when it released its 2015 “Blueprint for the Blue Line.” Read to find out what this diverse group wants the state to do to help the Adirondacks.
November 4, 2014
Feds Preserve Local & Adirondack Park Agency Jurisdiction over Size, Shape of Cell Towers
A coalition of New York’s environmental and historic preservation organizations is expressing its gratitude after receiving a decision from Federal Communications Commission that preserves the rights of state and local governments to regulate the size, shape and visibility of cell towers in scenic and historic areas, including the Adirondack Park.

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Press Releases

Council Press
Posted on: 11/13/14
Consortium of Adirondack groups proposes budget, legislative priorities for 2015
Posted on: 11/06/14
Funding Will Link Tourism and Recreational Opportunities with Economic Development
Posted on: 10/29/14
A coalition of New York environmental and historic preservation organizations today praised...
Posted on: 10/20/14
More than 50 of the country’s leading scientists, policymakers, environmentalists, and...
Posted on: 10/13/14
U.S.E.P.A., National Environmental Organizations, State Officials, Regional Experts to Participate on Oct. 16

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