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January 26, 2023  |  by: Joan Maloof - Guest Writer - Founder, Old Growth Forest Network
Biodiversity in Old-Growth Forests
Forests in the Northeast are complex systems and finite resources. Given the recent passage of New York’s final Climate Plan, the State seeks to leverage and grow these existing forest ecosystems in the climate crisis and draw heavily on these limited resources. In the first of four blogs by guest authors in this series, Old Growth Forest Network founder Joan Maloof discusses the biodiversity of old growth forests.
January 18, 2023  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
Five Books to Read this Winter
With winter kind of a no-show this year, now is a good time to kick back and brush up on some great reads.
January 6, 2023  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
Boundaries of the Adirondack Park
The Adirondack Park is unlike any other place on Earth, partly because of its ecological aspects, but also because people live within the Park, and it is crisscrossed with political boundaries that can make for unique situations.
January 4, 2023  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
5 Things You Need to Know | December 2022 ADK Conservation News
Read about the latest Adirondack conservations news, from what to expect in the upcoming legislative session in Albany to an increased forest ranger force
December 15, 2022  |  by: John Davis - Adirondack Council Rewilding Advocate
Dogs of the North Country
Even before the science of conservation biology matured, the Adirondack Council bravely went on record supporting the return of wolves and cougars to Adirondack Park. Conservation biology has since confirmed the great ecological importance of top carnivores, and the need of these wide-ranging animals for big interconnected core reserves
December 6, 2022  |  by: Tony Colasurdo - Guest Writer and Photographer
Shooting the Moon
Guest writer and photographer Tony Colasurdo was recently in Keeseville to photograph the lunar eclipse in early November. Here, he tells how he got these incredible photos of a magical natural phenomenon.
November 29, 2022  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
5 Things You Need to Know | November 2022 Adirondack Conservation News
Read about the latest Adirondack conservation news, including impressions from COP27, wolves in New York, and the Adirondacks get a global boost.
November 21, 2022  |  by: Nicholle Gotham - Adirondack Council Assistant Director of Development
Ways to Support the Adirondack Council
There are dozens of ways to support the work of the Adirondack Council. Here's a bunch of ideas on how you can make your donation or purchase go further this holiday season!
November 17, 2022  |  by: Aimee Privitera - Adirondack Council Legislative Advocacy Assistant
Behind the Loon - Meet Aimee Privitera!
Meet Aimee Privitera, who works in the Albany office as our Legislative Advocacy Assistant!
November 4, 2022  |  by: Andrea Shipton - Clarence Petty Climate and Conservation Intern
Sustainable Farming in the Champlain Valley: Catching up with Two Micro-Grant Awardees
Each year, the Essex Farm Institute awards grants to Adirondack farmers. This year, two of the grant winners were preparing for winter by taking on tasks that help reduce carbon in the atmosphere and help their farms thrive long-term.

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