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Adirondack loon program looking for funding

June 29, 2013 A loon monitoring program is in danger of not being fully funded this summe. more »»

Mini-tris open for season

June 28, 2013 High Peaks Cyclery Mini-Triathlon At Mirror Lake Beach June 24 results Women 18-29 ... more »»

Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race Results

June 12, 2013 Wilmington-Whiteface Road Race Saturday, June 8 Category 3/4 — Men ... more »»

Angling adventures — by boat, raft, etc.

May 30, 2013 Over the years, I’ve utilized a wide variety of vessels to access waters where trout can be found. I’ve paddled all sorts of canoes and rowed a variety of guideboats, johnboats and skiffs. more »»

First 46er Herb Clark honored in Saranac Lake

May 30, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — The Adirondack 46ers honored the late Herb Clark, a Saranac Lake guide and the first 46er, on Sunday, May 26, at the Saranac Lake Free Library. more »»

Indian Lake will host Adirondack Challenge

May 1, 2013 The Adirondack Challenge boat races will be July 21 in Indian Lake, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said April 29 in a radio interview. more »»

DEC reports increase in deer harvest

April 26, 2013 RAY?BROOK — Hunters harvested approximately 243,000 deer during the 2012-13 hunting seasons, about 6 percent more than were taken the previous year, the state Department of Environmental... more »»

Time to get ready for annual ice-out

April 14, 2013 As Adirondack anglers wait for the winter to come to an end, most brook trout fanatics have already completed the process of readying their gear and scouring the map. more »»

North Country student saves barred owl

April 12, 2013 SARANAC LAKE — A North Country Community College student saved a barred owl’s life on Monday, April 1. more »»

Old-school approach may be the best course

April 6, 2013 In last week’s column, I wrote a story about a canoe trip that Phil Brown, editor of Adirondack Explorer magazine, undertook through private propert. more »»

Adirondack invasive program receives national award

March 24, 2013 The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program received the 2013 National Invasive Species Awareness Week Award in the category of Outstanding Achievement in Invasive Species Leadership. more »»

Trusting your gut: the rest of the story

March 23, 2013 A few weeks ago in this column, I recounted the story of a tragic accident that had occurred on the Chatooga River in North Carolina. more »»

Outdoor rec creates money and peace of mind

March 16, 2013 Preserving access to outdoor recreation not only protects the natural environment, it also helps the economy, businesses, communities and the many people who depend on the availability of open space... more »»

Montreal couple survives Trap Dyke avalanche

March 15, 2013 A man and woman from Montreal survived an avalanche while climbing the Trap Dyke on Mount Colden on Feb. 17. The pair was in the upper portion of the climb when the snow let loos. more »»

Backcountry fest brings skiers together

March 8, 2013 ELIZABETHTOWN — The scene at Otis Mountain during the Adirondack Backcountry Ski Festival on March 2 was definitely relaxed with a down-home feel to it. more »»

Skiing, hunting, fishing as spring approaches

March 2, 2013 The focus of this week’s column will likely remain out of focus, as there are simply too many outdoor related options to pursue in dept. more »»

Judge upholds right to paddle through private lands

February 27, 2013 A state Supreme Court judge has found that Adirondack Explorer magazine Editor Phil Brown had the right to paddle on waterways that run through private property in northwest Hamilton County, and... more »»

Reflection and restoration in nature

February 16, 2013 Even though the darkest days of winter have come and gone, the past week proved to be a dismal time for members of the guiding community, as news of a tragic car accident involving two local guides... more »»

Study suggests cougars could return to Adirondacks

February 15, 2013 An article published last month in the international conservation journal Oryx indicates that the Adirondack Park could sustain a wild cougar population. more »»

Indian River tract part of Finch deal

February 2, 2013 The Essex Chain of Lakes tract isn’t the only former Finch, Pruyn and Co. parcel the state will acquire in the first phase of its $49.8 million deal with The Nature Conservancy. more »»



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