November 3, 2023  |  by: Justin A. Levine - Communications Associate
5 Things You Need to Know | October 2023 ADK Conservation News
Adirondack Conservation News is a collection of the most current events taking place in New York’s Adirondack Park, a unique national treasure and legacy we inherited over 100 years ago that we must protect for future generations. Adirondack Conservation News highlights threats and opportunities concerning the Park’s ecological integrity, wild character, and community vibrancy.
October 31, 2023  |  by: Justin A. Levine - Communications Associate
A Review of Ben Goldfarb's new book,
Our Communications Associate, Justin A. Levine, reviews Ben Goldfarb's new book, "Crossings," which he says is both an ode to wildlife and a lesson in how humans can do better by our wild neighbors.
October 23, 2023
Behind the Loon: Meet Martha DePoy
Behind the Loon: Meet Martha DePoy who will be the Sustainable Farms Intern, working with the conservation team at the Adirondack Council to develop a report to quantify the impact of the Council's Essex Farm Institute's micro-grant program, which provides local farms and value-added producers with funding for environmentally sustainable projects.
October 18, 2023  |  by: David Miller - Clean Water Program Coordinator
Supporting Clean Water Projects in the Adirondacks
Learn about the Adirondack Council's efforts to support clean water infrastructure projects in Adirondack towns and the importance of grants in safeguarding water quality and public health
September 14, 2023  |  by: Aimee Privitera - The Adirondack Council's Legislative Associate
Task Force Report Marks Major Step Forward in our Fight Against Road Salt
The Adirondack Road Salt Reduction Task Force released its long-awaited report, which contains recommendations that, if acted upon, would significantly reduce road salt pollution entering Adirondack waters. Aimee Privitera, the Adirondack Council's Legislative Associate reflects on some of the measures that have brought us here.
August 31, 2023  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
5 Things You Need to Know | August 2023 ADK Conservation News
Read about the most important Adirondack news for August, including the discovery of a rare plant, students learning Adirondack history, following in the footsteps of moose, and more!
August 21, 2023  |  by: Becky Sutter- Adirondack Council - Headwaters Coordinator
Behind the Loon: Meet Becky Sutter!
Meet Becky Sutter- the Adirondack Council's Headwaters Coordinator who is doing work in the Raquette River Watershed of the Adirondack Park.
August 17, 2023  |  by: John Davis - Adirondack Council Rewilding Advocate
Rewilding Adirondack Waters
Esteemed biologist Jerry Jenkins wryly noted in his Adirondack Atlas that the Forever Wild protection of Adirondack Park often seems to stop at the waterline. New York has done a remarkably good job of saving forest lands in its great Adirondack and Catskill Parks, but the same level of conservation has generally not been afforded... 
August 7, 2023  |  by: Aimee Privitera - Adirondack Council Legislative Associate
Protecting Our Pollinators
Birds and bees link farmers markets, local produce, and the environment, and there is an urgent need to protect New York's pollinators. Learn how the Birds and Bees Protection Act aims to safeguard New York's environment, agriculture, and food security by addressing harmful neonicotinoid pesticides, and take action on this critical legislation.
July 31, 2023  |  by: Justin Levine - Communications Associate
From Fiasco to Fabulous
The Adirondack Council's 2023 Forever Wild Day got off to a wild start, but by the end of the day the important work of honoring, recognizing, and celebrating those who work to make the Adirondacks better was done.

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