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In & About the Park - Our Blog

October 1, 2014  |  by: John Sheehan
The Value of Clean Water
John Sheehan, Director of Communications at the Adirondack Council, spoke at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Water Conference at the National Conservation Training Center in West Virginia last week. He came away with some interesting things from other speakers about the value of clean water.
September 22, 2014  |  by: Lisa M. Genier
Takin' It to the Streets for Climate Change
In New York City on Sunday, over 300,000 people marched in the “Peoples Climate March” with a message to world leaders to act on climate change. Leaders from around the globe need to listen to the people marching in the streets and do something to stop climate change now.
September 3, 2014  |  by: John F. Sheehan
The Adirondack Council Releases its <em>State of the Park</em> Report!
You will find our State of the Park report to be the most comprehensive and informative review of the local, state and federal government actions affecting the largest park in the contiguous United States. You won’t find anything like this for other major American parks.

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Council Press
Posted on: 09/18/14
Participants Want Clean Water, Safe Winter Roads
Posted on: 09/03/14
The best ways for government officials to help the Adirondack Park would be with significant...
Posted on: 09/02/14
The Adirondack Park’s largest environmental organization and the New York League of Conservation Voters...
Posted on: 08/29/14
More than 120 concerned residents attended a public forum to discuss...
Posted on: 08/27/14
DEC and Agriculture & Markets Issue Final Regulations to Address Damage Caused by Invasive Species

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