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Photo courtesy of New York State Archives

Clifford Robert Pettis is widely known as the “Father of Reforestation” in New York State and served as the Superintendent of State Forests from 1910 until his death in 1927. more

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Albert Einstein, the famed physicist of Princeton University, spent much of his later years in New Jersey, but during the summers he called Saranac Lake his home. more

NCL Magazine

If you’re looking for a taste of the Adirondacks, the summer season is a great time to hit the road in search of local, handcrafted items. more

NCL Magazine

From its founding as a retreat for immigrant women to the many workshops it offers today, the Wiawaka Holiday House has been providing recreational opportunities for well over a century. more

NCL Magazine

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Photo by Tim Weatherwax/One Shot Photography

Lake George, the jewel of the Adirondacks, thrives during the warmer months, but is often a ghost town during the winter. For many businesses, the long stretch between Columbus Day and Memorial Day can make it tough to get by. more

NCL Magazine

Pettis sign.jpg

Photo courtesy of New York State Archives

Clifford Robert Pettis is widely known as the “Father of Reforestation” in New York State and served as the Superintendent of State Forests from 1910 until his death in 1927. more

NCL Magazine

Albert Einstein, the famed physicist of Princeton University, spent much of his later years in New Jersey, but during the summers he called Saranac Lake his home. more

NCL Magazine

If you’re looking for a taste of the Adirondacks, the summer season is a great time to hit the road in search of local, handcrafted items. more

NCL Magazine

From its founding as a retreat for immigrant women to the many workshops it offers today, the Wiawaka Holiday House has been providing recreational opportunities for well over a century. more

NCL Magazine

Snowmobile.jpg

Photo by Tim Weatherwax/One Shot Photography

Lake George, the jewel of the Adirondacks, thrives during the warmer months, but is often a ghost town during the winter. For many businesses, the long stretch between Columbus Day and Memorial Day can make it tough to get by. more

NCL Magazine

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