Protect the Adirondacks2021-05-21T16:20:27-04:00

Protect the Adirondacks

Protect the Adirondacks! Inc. is a non-profit, grassroots membership organization dedicated to the protection and stewardship of the public and private lands of the Adirondack Park, and to building the health and diversity of its natural and human communities for the benefit of current and future generations.

Protect the Adirondacks wins historic lawsuit that upholds forever wild protections for the Forest Preserve in the State Constitution.

Click here to read about this landmark legal victory.

Check out online hiking trail guides to 100 terrific hikes outside of the heavily used High Peaks Wilderness Area.

Click here to read 100 online trail guides to great hikes in all corners of the Adirondack Park.

Sign Up as a Member

Become a member of Protect the Adirondacks and add your voice to the defense of the public Forest Preserve, protection of the great forests and waters of the Adirondacks, and help campaign for strengthening protections and improving the management of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park.

The link below will bring you to our secure page to sign up today as a new member.

Become a Member

Become an e-Activist

When you are an E-Activist, we will provide you with information on opportunities to take immediate action online, and also become involved, on an ongoing basis.

The link below will bring you to a quick and easy online form.


Conservation and Advocacy

PROTECT honors John Caffry and Claudia Braymer with the Howard Zahniser Adirondack Award 2021

The Howard Zahniser Adirondack Award recognizes John Caffry’s and Claudia [...]

By |July 13, 2021|Categories: Adirondack Issues Blog|0 Comments

PROTECT supports legislation to make Aquatic Invasive Species Transport Law permanent and strengthen programs for spread prevention

A.7735a/S.7010c “AN ACT to amend the environmental conservation law, in [...]

By |June 7, 2021|Categories: Adirondack Issues Blog|0 Comments

The new multi-use public recreation trail construction begins from Lake Placid to Tupper Lake

Dreaming about the new public recreation trail from Lake Placid [...]

By |May 28, 2021|Categories: Adirondack Issues Blog|0 Comments
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