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NORTH HUDSON | Gov. Andrew Cuomo has formally approved the Boreas Pond classification, calling the state’s recent acquisition a “national treasure” as he signed the deal recommended by the Adirondack Park Agency last month. more

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KEENE VALLEY | Students at Keene Central School put their minds to work March 8 at the seventh annual Super Scientific Science Slam, with numerous experiments and tests taking place by students and on display for the community. more

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RAY BROOK | The Adirondack Park Agency will officially make a classification decision on the Boreas Ponds Tract next week. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The Adirondack Council has painted a foreboding portrait of the Adirondack Park, calling its successes “threatened” by a confluence of internal and external forces. more

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HAGUE | Eastern hemlocks are becoming infected with an insect called the hemlock woolly adelgid and Hague Town Councilman Steve Ramant is spreading the word. more

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LAKE PLACID — The Adirondack Mountain Club is pleased to announce that International Paper has donated $2,000 in support of the Marie L. Habrel Three Seasons at Heart Lake Outreach Program. more

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LAKE PLACID — A new Adirondack 46ers program has added Trailhead Stewards at Cascade and Porter Mountain. more

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CHESTERFIELD — When a mountain fire tower marks a century standing, that’s a celebration. more

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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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The mountain biking community is riding high after a series of recent developments have put the area on the map as a premier destination. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — State conservation officers and preservation groups are expecting another high traffic summer hiking season. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — The climb up Hurricane Mountain to staff its fire tower might recall the many years, days and hours local fire wardens kept watch for fire. more

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LAKE PLACID — Details are emerging over the proposed land bank that would allow localities access to state land to facilitate infrastructure projects on Forest Preserve without amending the state constitution. more

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As Adirondack Park Agency ponders classification, Siena Poll reignites debate more

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BeWildNY is a coalition of environmental organizations led by the Adirondack Council and the Adirondack Mountain Club. more

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Local businesses are overwhelmingly endorsing a proposal that allows maximum recreational usage at the new state-owned tracts in Newcomb and North Hudson more

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CHESTERFIELD — The steep, direct route dates to the 1850s, but forest rangers began keeping watch almost 100 years ago as the Fire Tower will celebrate centennial in 2017 more

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Visions of youth, elders clash in third Adirondack Park Agency hearing on recreational use more

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RAY BROOK — The first round of public comments on numerous proposed Adirondack Park Agency land-use actions drew a crowd that spilled from Adirondack Park Agency to state Department of Environmental Conservation headquarters next door. more

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NORTH HUDSON — Champlain Area Trails (CATS) will lead a free hike on Sunday, Nov. 20 to celebrate the new bridge on the recently reopened Crowfoot Pond Trail. more

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