Being ‘groovy’ in the Adirondacks?
February 13, 2015 Most of us have heard of the various definitions of being from the Adirondacks. These may include: -You live here -The ability to take on incredibly diverse tasks -Often spelling spring “s-o-u-t-h. more »»
Linking communities, part 3
February 7, 2015 In this three-part series, we have been talking about if there are growing differences between communities in the Adirondacks. more »»
A growing Park divide?
January 24, 2015 Is there a growing gap between the communities in the Adirondack Park? It may not be in a way we think as there is an almost unprecedented cooperation between communities. more »»
‘Adirondack Community Business Kits’ Part II
December 13, 2014 Can a proposed Adirondack Business Trail lead an entrepreneur to the end of the rainbow? Okay, maybe not, but can it be a pathway to help an entrepreneur whether it be someone local or coming into... more »»
November: a new look for 2015?
November 8, 2014 2015 —?Can you believe it? What happened to… 2008? I am a bit tired now, from the “sumfal” season (If you got what that means, you are a seasoned Adirondacker!). more »»
Do we really know what tourism is? Part III
October 11, 2014 In Adirondack tourism, the bottom line is our nature. OK, this includes your nature as well. The human and natural environment together are what we have to offer in this new “experience econom. more »»
Do we really know what tourism is? Part II
October 4, 2014 If tourism is really more than our traditional perception of a hotel, motel, B&B and campgrounds for example – then what is it? Does that have an impact on how we even define WHAT a tourism projec... more »»
What do new state trends mean to us?
September 20, 2014 Each year various sources rank how each state compares to each other. What may be important to us as we try to recruit jobs to the Adirondacks is the criteria they use to determine this. more »»