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Legislature Grants Wish to Adirondack Local Governments
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Agrees to Small Land Bank for Road Improvement, Broadband across Forest Preserve

Adirondack Council Buys 2,000 More Carbon Allowances from Regional Greenhouse Gas Auction
Monday, June 12, 2017
Will Remove an Additional 2,000 Tons of Carbon

Adirondack Council Opposes Constitutional Convention
Monday, June 5, 2017
Big Money & Special Interests Endanger New York’s ‘Forever Wild’ Protections

Top 10 Things Adirondack Park Needs to Thrive Another 125 Years Park’s 125th Birthday is Saturday, May 20 
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
The Adirondack Park is poised to celebrate its 125th birthday on Saturday (May 20), so the park’s largest...

Clean Air Advocates Urge EPA to Reduce Smog in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Across the Eastern U.S. 
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
A coalition of public health, conservation, and environmental groups representing millions of Americans...

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In the News

Please note: The articles in bold mention the Adirondack Council and/or staff.

The Case Against Glamping on Public Lands - Earth Island Journal – August 21, 2017

Feds need to take action on crumbling infrastructure - Sun Community News Editorial Board – August 16, 2017

Over $1.35 Million in Smart Growth Grants Awarded to Communities - Sustainable City Network – August 14, 2017

Union argues state parks need more cops to keep public safe – Press Republican – August 14, 2017

Field Work Begins In Controversial Adirondack Rail Corridor - Adirondack Almanack – August 10, 2017

OUR VIEW: Acid rain battle must be continued – Utica Observer Dispatch – August 10, 2017

Construction begins on New York pellet heating project – Biomass Magazine – August 9, 2017

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