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CATS to host old-growth forest talk

October 3, 2016 ESSEX — Champlain Area Trails will host a lecture on old-growth forests at the Whallonsburg Grange Friday. The talk will begin at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public. more »»

Thrill of the hunt is what matters

October 1, 2016 With the annual big game hunting season looming on the calendar, it is time for all woods walkers and similar outdoor travelers to be aware and dressed accordingly. more »»

The how and why of leaves changing color

October 1, 2016 With the onset of fall, many things fill the Adirondack air: The smell of wood stoves burning, the color of the trees, and the sounds of cursing as a slow driver holds up traffic while looking at... more »»

Hiker alerts

October 1, 2016 LAKE PLACID — In the wake of a late summer hiking period that may have been the busiest in the history of the Adirondacks, state agencies have collaborated to launch a website focused on alerting... more »»

DEC to close Lower Locks for upgrades

September 29, 2016 SARANAC LAKE — The Lower Locks on the Saranac River will be closed for extensive repairs from the end of the Columbus Day holiday until spring, the state Department of Environmental Conservation... more »»

Forest rangers stay busy with rescues as fall sets in

September 29, 2016 Fall hiking is still keeping forest rangers busy as they rescue and help lost and injured people in the Adirondacks. more »»

Rail suit hearing postponed

September 29, 2016 MALONE —A hearing on the lawsuit filed by the Adirondack Rail Preservation Society against the state Adirondack Park Agency and departments of Environmental Conservation and Transportation has been... more »»

VIC hosts Adirondack Rural Skills and Homesteading Festival

September 29, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — The Adirondack Rural Skills and Homesteading Festival at the Paul Smith’s College VIC aims to show people how to live off the land, lead a more sustainable lifestyle and how to save... more »»

New groups arise out of Boreas classification

September 28, 2016 The pending classification of the 20,000-acre Boreas Ponds tract has drawn a lot of attention from Adirondack green group. more »»

Multiple hunting seasons are opening this week

September 27, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is reminding the public that various hunting seasons open this week. more »»

DEC warns duck hunters of low water levels

September 27, 2016 State Department of Environmental Conservation staff in Region 6 are warning duck hunters that low water levels may make some areas difficult to access this yea. more »»

Leaf-peeping season a little behind schedule

September 26, 2016 ALBANY (AP) — Leaf-peeping season is running a little behind schedule this year. Observers for Empire State Development's I Love New York program say changes are just beginning in the Adirondacks. more »»

DEC to reclaim ponds for brook trout

September 24, 2016 The state Department of Environmental Conservation is hoping that two local ponds, each currently overrun with non-native species, will be able to be reclaimed with brook trou. more »»

Hunting no longer just a man’s game

September 24, 2016 “In a civilized and cultured country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen. more »»

Falling into tourism

September 24, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Someone in Albany forgot to tell Mother Nature that peak foliage season only happens on the weekends. more »»

New York fall tourism campaign dates to 1940s

September 24, 2016 LAKE PLACID — Asked how long New York has been issuing its Fall Foliage Report, Eric Scheffel, the Empire State Development employee who administers the weekly report for the I Love NY campaign,... more »»

Ridership grows

September 23, 2016 TUPPER LAKE — Although the train tracks between here and Lake Placid are set to be removed, local rail bike company Rail Explorers expanded its Adirondack operation this summer by adding an 18-mile... more »»

Agency sets tentative Boreas hearing dates

September 22, 2016 RAY BROOK — The state Adirondack Park Agency’s State Land Committee last week set tentative dates for public hearings on classification of the 20,000-acre Boreas Ponds tract, which the state... more »»

Ducks Unlimited hopes to open Paul Smith’s chapter

September 20, 2016 PAUL SMITHS — Ducks Unlimited probably conjures images of hunters using dogs to grab ducks that have been shot from behind a duck blind on the edge of a remote lak. more »»



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