- 90 miles to learn all sorts of lessons in a boat The Adirondack Canoe Classic epitomizes the way North Country people play, Elizabeth Lee writes.
Mossy Point's ticketed anglers - another side
Local authorities are becoming more serious about enforcing laws that prevent the transport of not only invasive species but any aquatic vegetation into Lake Champlain.
- Day began looking up after canceled paddling trip Get out and climb with those youngsters while you can stay with them, Elizabeth Lee writes.
Outdoors Briefs: Aug. 18, 2013
Take a brief look at outdoors-related news of note around the North Country.
Enjoying nature's food you can't buy in store
The best thing about smoking meat is that anyone can do it, Dan Ladd writes.
Outdoors Briefs: Aug. 11, 2013
Take a brief look at outdoors-related news of note from around the North Country.
- High moisture excellent for clubmoss carpets Like ferns and true mosses, clubmosses prefer moist, rich soil beneath a mixture of deciduous and coniferous trees, Elizabeth Lee writes.
Camping trip equals relief in the Adirondacks
Owners of a small camping trailer, we're monthly visitors to DEC campgrounds, Dan Ladd writes.
With heat, will warblers stay in tune with migration?
It's possible the weather will induce them to stay longer as insect prey populations thrive in the North Country "tropical" conditions, Elizabeth Lee writes.
DEC mulls changes to freshwater sportfish regs
Anglers urged to review, comment
- More Outdoors Headlines