News and Info for 07/06/2017

Invasive Species Awareness Week Events Announced for the Adirondacks – – The Adirondack Almanack “New York State’s fourth annual Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW) will take place July 9th-15th. The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP) is collaborating with various

News and Info for 07/05/2017

North Country at Work: How an Old Forge field biologist helped bring fish back to the Adirondacks | NCPR News “That’s where Dan being hired as a field technician in 1979 comes into the play. The next step for the

News and Info for 08/09/2016

This Outdoor, Treetop Museum Is Unlike Any Other | Outside Online “You’ve never seen a museum like this. The Wild Walk is the latest addition to the Wild Center, a museum which promotes the education of the natural history of

News and Info for 07/12/2016

Cranberry Lake author who wrote best-selling Adirondack fiction dies at age 62 following long illness | NorthCountryNow “The best-selling author of Adirondack fiction, Matthew J. Glavin of Cranberry Lake, has died after a long illness. Glavin was 62 years old.”

News and Info for 05/30/2016

Aerial Tour of the 6 million acre park | – YouTube “Take an aerial tour of the Adirondacks – a 6 million acre park located in New York State.” tags: cl Fly fishing in the Adirondacks: 8 spots to

News and Info for 02/16/2016

Digital Content Fellowship 2016 | Wild Center “The Center is undertaking an ambitious plan to create a digital presence that is as effective and rich as the experience on its 81-acre campus. The two-year Fellowship offers a talented, creative individual

News and Info for 02/11/2016

In the Adirondacks, a Winter Trek Into the Gilded Age – The New York Times “For those willing to make a five-mile trek on snowshoes or cross-country skis, a historic winter wonderland can be found deep in the Adirondack woods.”