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.
July 23, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine – Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
5 Things You Need to Know | July 2021 ADK Conservation News
In this blog, read about the future of the Whitney Estate, Paradox Lake's grant to hand-harvest invasive milfoil, Aaron Mair joining the Adirondack Council team, and how Adirondack Harvest is helping people find locally-grown food.
July 20, 2021  |  by: Debbie Pastore - Adirondack Council Director of Fund Development
Adirondack Council 2021 Forever Wild Day and Members' Meeting
Read about and see videos of our 2021 Conservationist of the Year, Forever Wild Day, and Board Meeting
June 30, 2021  |  by: Lisa M. Genier - Adirondack Council Program Analyst
5 Things You Need to Know | June 2021 ADK Conservation News
This month's blog focuses on Gypsy Moth caterpillars, good news on Forest Rangers and ECOs, and much more!
June 15, 2021  |  by: David Miller - Adirondack Council Clean Water Program Coordinator
Adirondack Clean Water Infrastructure - What Does It Mean?
In this blog, David Miller, the Adirondack Council's Clean Water Program Coordinator, writes about why clean water infrastructure and funding for it is so important in protecting waterbodies in the Adirondack Park.
June 4, 2021  |  by: Allison Stefanelli - Adirondack Council Clarence Petty Legislative Intern and Charlotte Staats - Adirondack Council Conservation Assistant
Effective Strategies Used by Other States to Fight Aquatic Invasive Species
The introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species to waters in the Adirondacks threatens biodiversity, clean water, and jobs. This blog discusses how invasive species laws in other states have been effective in protecting their waterbodies.
June 3, 2021  |  by: Alycia Bacon - Adirondack Council Clarence Petty Advocacy Intern
5 Things You Need to Know | May 2021 ADK Conservation News
In this month's blog, read about turtles, water quality, Forest Preserve protections, and more!
May 14, 2021  |  by: Justin Levine – Adirondack Council Communications and Outreach Assistant
Early Season Enjoyment | How to Enjoy Spring in the Adirondacks
Spring in the Adirondacks is a very fluid time of year. It can snow and be warm on the same day, parking lots can be full or empty, and one may be sucked dry of all blood or merely spotted with hundreds of bites from black flies. But even with variable weather and hiking conditions, there are still some great ways to enjoy the Adirondacks in spring.
May 10, 2021  |  by: Charlotte Staats - Adirondack Council Conservation Assistant
The Future of the Debar Lodge | Why It's Important
The Debar Lodge, an Adirondack great camp has recently become a highly debated topic. Read our blog to find out why.

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