State provides $17M for DEC upgrades
Substantial local investment for better access; improvements to include work on Saranac Lower Locks, Valcour Lighthouse, Peru docks.
State OKs NYCO land swap; voter approval needed
NYCO in Willsboro wants to use 200 acres of state land in exchange for 1,507 acres of forestland adjoining Jay Mountain Wilderness.
New Adirondack Council director looks to common ground
Four pillars put science in the plan as the green group moves action plan toward APA reform initiative.
Stewards battle invasive species
Watersheds that will be monitored through college program listed.
Volunteer monitors needed for blue-green algae
The Lake Champlain Committee is seeking help identifying potentially dangerous blooms this summer.
Ticonderoga fined for oil spill
Town will pay $40,000 for failing to report the incident at its highway garage earlier this year.
Land open for first time in 100 years
Public can access new Forest Preserve tracts in Newcomb, Minerva and Indian Lake.
Invasive-species workshops help identify unwanted visitors
The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program is hosting the series of sessions.
Cuomo nominates new APA commissioner
Attorney Karen Feldman is being considered by state committees for APA board seat.
State to review railroad-line management plan
Remsen-Lake Placid Travel Corridor up for public land-use discussion.
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