The Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program is set to host a virtual presentation focusing on how Adirondack anglers can help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species, on Wednesday, March 24th. [Read more…] about How Anglers Can Prevent Spreading Aquatic Invasives
Adirondacks & NNY
The Adirondack Council announced it has hired three new staff members for an expanded fund development and communications team to allow the organization to better help the Adirondack Park meet a growing list of challenges including record popularity. [Read more…] about Adirondack Council Adds New Staff
“It is unnecessary to speak in detail of the storm,” The Granville Sentinel reported on March 16, 1888. “It has been everywhere and all know its effect.” Then, as if the editor had second thoughts, the report continued for the full column and about half of a another, a rare luxury of space afforded only the most important of news stories in 19th century newspapers.
It was definitively the biggest storm of the season, and possibly of the century. [Read more…] about The Great Blizzard of March 1888 in Washington County
I Know You Know
I accepted your apology
implicitly, but the aftertaste
of those emails stuck in
between my teeth like a
kernel of popcorn. I tried to
pick it out, you know I did.
Yet, it remains below the
crevice of the gums, a half
buried fleck of fake gold.
The St. Lawrence County Historical Association in Canton has launched “Campaign for the People of St. Lawrence County,” a $500,000 fundraising campaign to help fund new exhibits, create and fund new programming, and expand educational outreach activities. [Read more…] about St. Lawrence Co Historians Launch Funding Campaign
The Paul Smith’s College VIC is set to mark the first day spring with free cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and two races open to the public on Saturday, March 20th. [Read more…] about Free Ski & Snowshoe Day, Nordic Races at Paul Smith’s Saturday
The Ticonderoga Historical Society has announced a position is available for a graduate intern in public history, museum studies or a related field for summer 2021. [Read more…] about Ticonderoga Historical Paid Internship Opportunity
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Forest Rangers respond to search and rescue incidents in the Adirondacks. Working with other state agencies, local emergency response organizations and volunteer search and rescue groups, Forest Rangers locate and extract lost, injured or distressed people.
What follows is a report, prepared by DEC, of recent missions carried out by Forest Rangers. [Read more…] about Rangers Respond To Brush Fire, Hiker Rescues On Marcy, Hunter Mt
Theatres throughout the Adirondacks are collaborating to promote youth theatre educational opportunities and live theatre programming for the 2021 summer season. [Read more…] about Adirondack Summer Youth Theatre Opportunities Announced
It’s fitting that I just finished bringing in a load of firewood and had plopped into my old wooden chair when I learned I was well attired for the latest fashion craze.
Apparently, according to Gear Junkie, your standard Adirondack men’s wear – work pants, a flannel, an unkept beard – is a thing. Like a cool thing. With fashionistas and all. [Read more…] about Meet The Lumbersexual