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ELIZABETHTOWN | Scattered on the riverside green of Jewtraw Park, near the old railroad museum, the local farmers market convenes every Wednesday from 2 to 6 p.m. in Lake Placid. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | Even though frost at this time of the year remains a distinct possibility, thoughts are turning to garden produce, and when the gardens begin producing, Adirondack farmers markets can’t be far behind. Read more

The Sun

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WILMINGTON | This year marks the 20th field season for backcountry trail work by Student Conservation Association crews in the Adirondack Park. Read more

The Sun

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KEENE VALLEY | At the start of school this year, fourth-grade teacher Chad Filipski asked his students, “What kind of world do you want to live in?” Read more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | There’s a notable gender gap in the United States’ computer science industry, according to Adirondack P-TECH Coordinator Michele Armani, and the work to close that gap can start here in Plattsburgh. Read more

The Sun

Fourth-graders from Elizabethtown-Lewis, Keene, Westport and Willsboro Central recently took part in a Boquet River study assessing the health of the river. Read more

The Sun

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STARKSBORO —  Spring is a busy time for young volunteers of the AmeriCorps’ National Civilian Community Corps. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

RUTLAND — A group of Rutland boosters are hoping to use a pop-up gallery to raise local artists’ profiles and add to the growing art scene that includes multiple galleries, murals and a planned series of sculptures in downtown Rutland. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Program provides opportunity for local organizations to add capacity for environmental work while training the next generation of environmental leaders Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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LAKE GEORGE — Lake George village passed a milestone June 20 as it passed a resolution authorizing the municipality to borrow up to $17 million to bankroll planned upgrades to their wastewater treatment plant. Read more

The Sun

The trunk of a spruce tree — the two-ton, 30’ log felled nearby and stripped of its bark — spanned half the river. One end sat on the bank, belayed by a young woman in boots, blue shirt and a yellow hard hat. Read more

NCL Magazine