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Protect the Adirondacks Stands in Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Protect the Adirondacks stands in solidarity with the quest for equality and justice in the Black Lives Matter movement that is transforming American society. This is a major moment in American history where a number [...]

2020-06-23T15:16:19-04:00June 10, 2020|

Adirondack environmental groups release shared 2021 legislative priorities

A joint letters was submitted to state leaders in Albany by Protect the Adirondacks, Adirondack Council, Adirondack Mountain Club, and Adirondack Wild Click here for a copy of the group letter January 15, 2021 Honorable [...]

2021-01-21T07:09:02-05:00January 21, 2021|

Proposed subdivision of Woodward Lake is a conventional development that fragments an intact forest and rings an Adirondack lake with houses

Proposed development seeks an APA permit for 32 houses around Woodward Lake in the southern Adirondacks Protect the Adirondacks has a number of concerns about the proposed Adirondack Park Agency (APA) project 2018-123 submitted by New [...]

2021-01-21T07:09:48-05:00January 16, 2021|

Peter Hornbeck, Master Boatbuilder, Wilderness Advocate, and PROTECT Board Member, 1943-2020

Peter Hornbeck, founder of Hornbeck Boats and master boatbuilder of lightweight canoes and kayaks with a distinctive red stripe below the gunwales, famous throughout the Adirondacks and beyond, died quietly and unexpectedly at his home in [...]

2021-01-14T06:05:24-05:00December 27, 2020|

Governor Cuomo should sign the road salt task force bill

A coalition of Adirondack conservationists is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign into law a bi-partisan bill that would help reduce road salt pollution and protect drinking water in the Adirondack Park. The legislation [...]

2020-11-13T13:49:35-05:00November 10, 2020|
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