- Early bluebird experience captures nature lover for life John Rogers, an expert on the birds, will share his knowledge at a talk in Plattsburgh.
Camp Hamachane emerges from Camp Gabriels
New owner to redevelop the former camp-style prison as a summer camp for Orthodox Jewish boys.
Environmental Protection Fund gains $9 million
Green groups pleased with state budget's increase for water, parks, farm and land protections.
City of Plattsburgh takes stand on hydrofracking
Common Council approves resolution prohibiting five activities associated with controversial practice.
Dannemora Library leftovers reused, recycled
Better World Books says the 985 books saved 14 trees, more than 6,000 gallons of water.
City, county consider hydrofracking regs
Both bodies are looking at passing resolutions banning fracking and fracking-related activities in the area.
Lake Placid environmental groups merge
The Placid Lake Foundation and North Elba Land Conservancy are now called Lake Placid Land Conservancy.
Climate-change collaboration launched
Paul Smith's College and Wild Center project looking at how evolving weather patterns affect those in the Adirondacks.
State to buy 8,451 former Finch, Pruyn acres
The 14 parcels for the Adirondack Park will cost $5.7 million and come with grant opportunities for recreation enterprises.
Public hearing set for historic fire tower land-use
APA public hearing Wednesday for review historic site compliance with state land master plan.
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