New York pays $14.5 M for Boreas Ponds tract in the Adirondacks | NCPR News “The Adirondack Nature Conservancy said New York State has finalized the purchase of more than 20,000 acres of land around the Boreas Ponds in the
Today’s photo of the ice receding on Cranberry Lake comes to us from Chuck Yartz. Can real spring be far behind?
Fire & Ice Festival | Tupper Lake, Adirondacks “Built around the popular Fire & Ice Golf Tournament, the Fire & Ice Festival is a spectacular showcase of all things fun about winter in the Adirondacks. As the event schedule continues to grow each year
Adirondack landscapes focus of new exhibit – Union College “The exhibit features a collection of midsize and small drawings, paintings and hybrids culled from the more than 70 sketches and paintings Diggory created in each location.” tags: cl landscapes union
The Adirondacks: new mountains, really old rocks | NCPR News “The Adirondacks may be “new,” but the rock is a billion years old, pushed up through the newer rock of the Champlain region. Mixed in, the remains of even older
Saranac Lake Winter Carnival | Saranac Lake, NY “Don’t miss the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival! This 10 day celebration starts the first weekend in February. Parades, games, exhibits, celebrations, concerts, and more, all with a focus on family fun. We
These Words of Wisdom from Cranberry Lake Fire Chief Mike Dolan are good for all of us: Winter is here and it won’t be long before the snow flies. Now is the time to prepare your home for a safe
Are you coming back to Cranberry Lake this winter? Why not? There are at least 2 great weekends that make the Clifton-Fine area a great place to be when it gets cold. On January 30th, the Cranberry Lake Fire Dept