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Rewilding the curmudgeon within

June 11, 2016 Well, it seems I’ve lived long enough to earn the right to be an old curmudgeon. more »»

Young hunters in New York may get to wear fluorescent pink

June 11, 2016 ALBANY — State lawmakers have approved a new color to protect young hunters in forests and countryside: fluorescent pink. more »»

Ticks creeping closer to home

June 10, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — Keene and Keene Valley are often considered epicenters of hiking, biking, skiing and other outdoor pursuits, but the area is becoming known as an epicenter for another, not so... more »»

Congresswoman, coalition highlight invasives control

June 8, 2016 LAKE GEORGE — U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, who has made invasive species control a priority issue, visited this village on Friday to learn firsthand about local management efforts. more »»

DEC: Watch out for turtles crossing roads

June 8, 2016 Why did the turtle cross the road? Well, probably to lay its eggs. more »»

Fly tourney nets national team

June 7, 2016 LAKE PLACID — The U.S. more »»

Portable toilets now available at some trailheads

June 7, 2016 KEENE — Portable toilets have been placed at five popular hiking trailheads in time for the summer season. more »»

Rangers rescue lost and injured hikers

June 7, 2016 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers helped a half-dozen lost and injured hikers last week. more »»

Ormerod reports for duty as VIC manager

June 4, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — The Paul Smith’s Visitor Interpretive Center will have some new blood at the management level starting this week. more »»

Outdoor opportunities spring to life with warm weather

June 4, 2016 Following fast on the tail of a pleasant string of nearly summer-like days, the local lakes and ponds are finally turning on. more »»

Feeding frenzy

June 2, 2016 ... more »»

Full steam ahead

June 2, 2016 ... more »»

Holiday weekend leads to rescues for rangers

June 2, 2016 State forest rangers were kept quite busy during the Memorial Day holiday week, with the number of rescues statewide heading into double digits. more »»

DEC reminds people to leave young wild animals alone

June 2, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation reminds people that if they find wild animals, especially young ones, leave them alone. more »»

Climber hurt in fall on Pitchoff

May 31, 2016 KEENE — A climber suffered serious injuries while rock climbing on Pitchoff Mountain between Keene and Lake Placid before 4 p.m. Monday, May 23. more »»

Hut-to-hut plan moves forward

May 31, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation has released a concept plan for a hut-to-hut system in the Five Towns area of the central Adirondacks: Newcomb, Long Lake, Indian Lake, Minerva an... more »»

DEC seeks help in finding missing hunter

May 31, 2016 BRANT LAKE — State Department of Environmental Conservation officials are asking the public to keep an eye out for clues to the whereabouts of a hunter missing since last November. more »»

Addressing Adirondack ‘poop problem’

May 30, 2016 WILMINGTON (AP) — A community group is addressing what it calls a “poop problem” in the Adirondacks by providing portable toilets at popular trailheads in the High Peaks region. more »»

Fishing championships coming to area

May 28, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Tri-Lakes is home to many championship competitions, like the Empire State Games, luge, bobsled and the upcoming snowshoe race next winter. more »»

 
 

 

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