Uploaded Image: /uploads/images/resource_img.pngThe mission of the Adirondack Council is to ensure the ecological integrity and wild character of the Adirondack Park.

With a strong understanding of the laws and policies that guide Park protection, management and land use, the Council uses science-based advocacy to advocate for policies and funding to benefit the Park.


What is the Adirondack Park?

Learn more about the Adirondack Park's history, structure, laws, and agencies that oversee Park management and land use development.

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The Council publishes newsletters, State of the Park Reports, and other special reports. The Council's 2020 Vision Series provides a plan for protecting the Park's natural resources. 

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Public Comments/Bill Memos

Agencies often invite public comments on project or regulations in the Park. The Council also writes memos in support or opposition on legislation in the State Legislaure.

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The Council writes various "white papers" and position papers on various subjects. This helps provide information to the public and policymakers that will benefit the Park.

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Other Links

Find contact information for government agencies and elected officials. They need to hear from you about why the Adirondack Park is important. You'll also find links to other organizations that work with the Council to advocate for the Park. 

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