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So Long and Thanks for All the Fish

by Ali Hibbs June 25, 2015


  “This report is shocking,” said Adirondack Council Executive Director William C. Janeway.  “Without immediate action to curb the warming climate, EPA is predicting that all Adirondack trout and salmon populations will be dead within 85 ...

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The To-Do List

by The Staff September 5, 2013


You don’t need us to tell you that there’s more to college than textbooks, tests and cafeteria food that inexplicably makes you have to poop. (What’s the deal with that, anyway?) Lucky for you, you ...


by Ali Hibbs August 7, 2013

  To my knowledge, there’s no such thing as a “North Country sound,” save for the gaggle of Adirondack traditionalists preserving that region’s folk catalog, or perhaps the country-infused “Northern rock” of Greenwich’s Eastbound Jesus. Yet, ...

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Winds of Change

by Darryl McGrath October 11, 2012


  It may be no accident that during the first debate of the presidential race—the one devoted to domestic policy—neither candidate spent any time on environmental issues. Forget about job growth, tax cuts and the federal deficit—the ...

Seneca Ray Stoddard: Capturing the Adirondacks

by The Staff June 27, 2012


Seneca Ray Stoddard was, according to the exhibit notes, a 19th-century artist-conservationist who was “instrumental in the establishment of the ‘forever wild’ Adirondack park.” Beginning today (Friday), the New York State Museum will draw on its ...

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