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November 23, 2021
Behind the Loon: Meet Megan Phillips
Meet Megan Phillips, the Council's Vice President for Conservation
November 9, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine – Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
An Adirondack Sunrise | St. Regis Mountain
Read about Justin Levine's, the Adirondack Council's Communications and Outreach Assistant, early morning hike up St. Regis Mountain to watch the sunrise.
November 3, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine – Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
5 Things You Need to Know | October 2021 ADK Conservation News
In this blog, you can read about the New York State Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic, and Asian Legislative Caucus' visit to the Park, the Governor's appointment of John Ernst to chair the APA, and more.
October 26, 2021  |  by: Jess Kelley – Adirondack Council Development Assistant
Birds You Can Enjoy in Your Own Backyard
There is an abundance of wildlife you can see deep in the remote forests of the Adirondacks. But, you can also enjoy some very beautiful bird species in your own backyard.
October 18, 2021  |  by: David Miller - Adirondack Council Clean Water Program Coordinator
Protecting Adirondack Waters | Addressing Septic System Pollution
There is a critical issue that impacts the quality of our Adirondack waters - septic system pollution. Many Adirondack residents rely on septic systems to dispose of and treat their wastewater. Old and failing septic systems can cause serious water quality problems ranging from elevated bacteria levels to contributing to the creation of harmful algal blooms.
October 6, 2021  |  by: Lisa M. Genier - Adirondack Council Program Analyst
5 Things You Need to Know | September 2021 ADK Conservation News
In this blog, read about Governor Hochul's visit to Lake Placid, acreage added to the Vanderwhacker Wild Forest, the Council's report on the need for sustainably designed hiking trails, and more.
September 16, 2021  |  by: Amanda Birchenoug-Morrell – Adirondack Council Associate Development Director
Walk in the Woods | Venturing into Old-Growth Forests
Take a walk with us through a section of old-growth forests.
September 2, 2021  |  by: By: Justin Levine – Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
5 Things You Need to Know | August 2021 ADK Conservation News
In this blog, read about NYS Governor Hochul, a sneak peek at the Council's State of the Park Report, an updated trailhead for the High Peaks, a new tool to report water quality issues on Lake George, and a new life for the "A-frame" at the former Frontier Town.
August 19, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine - Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
Tahawus: A New and Improved Ghost Town
The Tahawus area - an historic ghost town - is still wild and scenic, but has several new improvements that make the experience even more enjoyable, whether you're there for hiking, paddling, or history.
August 13, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine - Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
Caterpillars and the Butterflies or Moths They Become
When we think of wildlife, it’s often in the form of bears, moose, deer, and fish. And smaller wildlife abounds in the Adirondacks, from mice and fisher to eagles and turkeys. So most people may not think of insects as wildlife, but the bugs, caterpillars, bees, and yes, even black flies, play an integral role in Adirondack ecosystems.

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