News and Info for 07/27/2016

DEC warns of increased bear activity in Adirondacks | NorthCountryNow “Due to the dry conditions black bears have been more active than usual throughout the Adirondacks, according to an alert from the state Department of Environmental Conservation.” tags: cl Learn

News and Info for 07/13/2016

Invasive Species Awareness Week Events Underway – – The Adirondack Almanack “Some of the week’s events include an Adirondack Forest Pest Summit, Emerging Aquatic Invasive Species of Concern Seminar, Asian Clam Research and Removal Day, and a Terrestrial Invasive Plant

News and Info for 07/09/2016: Hiking

Short But Sweet Adirondack Hikes – Baxter Mountain | Adirondack Lifestyle “At 2,440 feet in elevation, Baxter Mountain is certainly not one of the tallest Adirondack peaks. The stunning views from the top however will surprise hikers who give it

News and Info for 06/28/2016

Water warden: Moravia student spending summer safeguarding Adirondack lakes | Lake Life | “Nate Morey is one of the Adirondacks’ gatekeepers. Stationed in the northwest region near Cranberry Lake and Star Lake, the Cayuga County native washes boats coming

News and Info for 06/07/2016

Hudson Valley, Adirondacks nearing ‘drought’ conditions “Much of eastern New York, including parts of the Adirondack Mountains and the Hudson Valley, is in pre-drought conditions.” tags: cl drought Small earthquake reported in Adirondacks | Local | “The organization has

News and Info for 04/07/2016

Rangers to the rescue | Adirondack Outdoors | “Distressed hikers: On March 29, 2016 at 9:00 a.m., St. Lawrence County 911 contacted DEC Ray Brook Dispatch reporting a call for help from a hiking party in distress on the

News and Info for 02/17/2016

An Adirondack Culinary Tale: Part One | Foods & Flavors of the Adirondacks “Even if you’re favorite Adirondack activity is hiking, kayaking, camping, skiing, snowboarding or shopping, the restaurant experience is what completes any visit to the Adirondacks.” tags: cl

News and Info for 12/18/2015

Watertown Daily Times | States throw money at military bases like Fort Drum to keep them open “New York has invested heavily in recent years at Fort Drum, including $25.8 million for a pair of road projects on Route 26