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For generations, Vermonters and New Yorkers, believers and skeptics, adults and children have searched for answers to tell us the truth about Champ, America’s very own Loch Ness monster, believed to make its home in the beautiful Lake Champlain. more

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Caleb Kenna

LAKE PLACID  — Almost like a curved spine, the Northville-Placid Trail bisects dense wild forest flanking the entire length of Hamilton County. more

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SARATOGA LAKE — With Gen Xers and late baby boomers adapting more active lifestyles and seeking greater social connections, many are moving into smaller homes, whether it’s an upscale urban townhouse, a suburban condominium, or charming small-town co more

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Thousands of beavers live in the Adirondacks – cutting down trees and building dams and lodges within the many bodies of water the region has to offer. more

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Rich Redman

The Adirondacks are home to mountains, streams, forests and farm fields. All of us living today enjoy the bounties of the land and waters by relying on our farmers, ranchers, orchardists and fishermen for food. more

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Every rustic furniture maker has a specialty that sets them apart from the crowd. more

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In 1998, President Bill Clinton signed a bill giving Lake Champlain official designation as one of the nation’s great lakes, making the area eligible to compete for research money under the National Sea Grant Program. more

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The historic Masten House in the central Adirondacks is now a showpiece serving as headquarters of the Northern Forest Institute for Conservation Education and Leadership Training. more

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