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Also 130,000 full-time residents call the Park home.
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In & About the Park - Our Blog

May 19, 2015  |  by: William C. Janeway, Adirondack Council Executive Director
Adirondack Council is Pleased Adirondack Park Agency Reversed its Course on Snowmobile Trail Plan
Last week, the Adirondack Park Agency Commissioners voted unanimously to send to public review a proposed final multi-use trail plan that didn’t include a controversial trail segment that crosses the Hudson River. There will now be time to review other routes that are less ecologically harmful, safer and closer to existing travel corridors.
May 13, 2015  |  by: Kevin Chlad - Adirondack Council's Legislative Director
Our Fight Against Climate Change Just Got Tougher
Just when I thought we were making headway in our fight against climate change, we’ve hit another roadblock. The Adirondacks need to be protected from climate change now so that future generations can enjoy our Park’s unique and fragile plants, waters and wildlife. We need your help to make that happen.
May 4, 2015  |  by: William C. Janeway - Adirondack Council Executive Director
Please Join us for the Upcoming Adirondack Research Consortium Conference on May 13 and 14
Please join us for the Adirondack Research Consortium's 2015 annual conference on May 13 and 14 at the High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid. Scientists and advocates will listen and share ideas about the forests of the Adirondack Park. Hope to see you there!

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Council Press
Posted on: 05/21/15
Four conservation organizations from the Adirondack Park and Champlain Valley today praised...
Posted on: 05/11/15
Council Director Also Addresses Board on Opportunities for Water, Sewer Grants
Posted on: 05/08/15
New System Uses Radio Frequency between TV Stations, Signal Penetrates Forest
Posted on: 04/28/15
The Adirondack Diversity Advisory Council (ADAC) will offer a training workshop at...
Posted on: 04/23/15
Would Make Excellent Addition to popular High Peaks Wilderness that Surrounds It

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