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<em>discover the</em> ADIRONDACK PARK
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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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<em>reduce</em> ACID RAIN
reduce ACID RAIN
The Adirondack Park is suffering the worst damage in the nation from acid rain. Find out what you can do to help.
<em>understand</em> CLIMATE CHANGE
understand CLIMATE CHANGE
The natural and human communities of the Adirondacks are in danger
because of climate change. Learn more about the Council's
Cool Park/Healthy Planet Program and how you
can help combat climate change.
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In and About the Park

In and About the Park
Posted on: 04/15/14
Action Needed Now!
Posted on: 04/09/14
The Adirondack Park’s largest environmental organization has grave concerns about the safety of hundreds of oil tank rail cars moving through the park each day en route from North Dakota, via Canada, to the Port of Albany.
Posted on: 04/07/14
My name is Pine Roehrs, I am a conservation associate for the Adirondack Council.  On behalf of the Council I...
Posted on: 03/29/14
Growing Environmental Protection Fund Continues Progress Towards Full Restoration
Posted on: 03/17/14
Adirondack Council Says Biomass a Good Investment with Forests, Air Quality Protected

Council Press

Council Press
Posted on: 04/10/14
April 12 Event Now Draws 3,600 All-Terrain Vehicles to Tug Hill’s Lewis County Trails & Roads, Leaves Lasting Scar on Landscape & Rivers
Posted on: 04/08/14
The Adirondack Park’s largest environmental organization has grave concerns about...
Posted on: 03/20/14
The Northeast Wolf Coalition, a group of national, regional and local conservation organizations, submitted a...
Posted on: 03/13/14
Adirondack Council Praises Senate and Assembly Efforts to Restore EPF Funding
Posted on: 03/12/14
Adirondack Council Praises Purchases as Good for the Park's Economy and Environment
New Forest Preserve Lands

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