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State of the Park Report

Capital Tonight
September 8, 2016

The Adirondack Council's annual report says the park is ready for more wilderness. Specifically, the group wants to see the recently-acquired Boreas Pond lands vehicle-free, including banning all-terrain vehicles. It would be the largest motor-free wilderness expansion in a generation. And the council says it could have national implications. The council's executive director, Willie Janeway, discusses the report.

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