Adirondack Land Trust


Photo by Tim Rowland

CHESTERFIELD | The North Branch of the Boquet River begins alongside a dirt Adirondack road adjacent to a former family retreat dotted with ponds and crossed by streams, where peregrine falcons nest, dragonflies swarm... Read more

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Photo by Joe Hackett

KEENE | The Adirondack Land Trust was awarded accreditation by the Land Trust Alliance last month, a distinction signifying that the organization meets the highest national standards for land and water conservation. Read more

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Photo by Tim Rowland

JAY | Popping up along the East Branch of the Ausable River between the majestic mountains of Jay and Whiteface is a cluster of conical, 2,000-foot prominences that are too big to be called hills, but too small to be called mountains. Read more

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LONG LAKE | Fish have been stocked in Adirondack waters for a century, and while that’s good news for anglers, it means that genetically pure strains of native brook trout are all but gone. Read more

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KEENE VALLEY | There is a new executive director in place at the Nature Conservancy (TNC) Adirondack Chapter office. Read more

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NEWCOMB – The Adirondack Council presented their Conservationist of the Year Award to Executive Director of the Adirondack Land Trust Mike Carr. Read more

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