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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...

Adirondack Council Applauds DEC Recreation Plan for Sacandaga Block Conservation Easement
Thursday, April 20, 2017
The Adirondack Council today applauded the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation for approving a Sacandaga Block Conservation Easement...

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In the News

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

A trail of trouble: Jenne’s bill would aggravate police and environmental issues
Malone Telegram – June 20, 2017

Broad Coalition Forms To Fight Con Con
New York State of Politics – June 19, 2017

Cheers and Jeers: June 19, 2017
Press Republican June 19, 2017

George Canon, longtime Adirondack government leader, dies
Post Star – June 19, 2017

Non-Native Jellyfish Found in Newcomb ‘Heritage Lake’
 Adirondack Almanack – June 18, 2017

Glamping at Boreas Ponds: Not Your Grandfather’s Cabin Tents
Adirondack Almanack – June 17, 2017

Adirondack groups band together to oppose Jenne UTV bill
Watertown Daily Times – June 16, 2017

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