Skip Navigation
r e g i o n a l   n e w s

NCPR is supported by:


Environmental News

Canadian "Species at Risk" Law Criticized

A Canadian environmental group is protesting Canada's decision to seek public comments before giving protection to endangered species. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Kelly reports.  Go to full article
Grace Hudowalski. Tony Solomon photo

Adirondack Climbing Legend Hudowalski Dead At 98

Adirdondack legend Grace Hudowalski passed away Saturday morning at the age of 98. Hudowalski was a pioneering member of the Adirondack 46ers Club. She was the first woman to climb all of the region's peaks higher than four thousand feet. She also helped to establish some of the Adirondack climbing community's most enduring traditions. Brian Mann first met and profiled Grace Hudowalski four years ago.  Go to full article
Administrator Jacquez

Seaway Defends March Opening

The St. Lawrence Seaway's top official in the United States went on the offensive last week about the waterway's opening date of March 25th. Seaway Administrator Albert Jacquez made a special trip to Massena from Washington, DC on Thursday. He spoke with David Sommerstein about criticisms that the date is too early to avoid environmental and safety concerns due to ice.  Go to full article
APA's Ross Whaley: plan "insensitive"

Parking Banned At Adirondack Scenic Vista

On Friday, the Adirondack Park Agency approved a plan that will end public use of one of the region's most scenic vistas. The popular pull-off north of Saranac Lake will be...  Go to full article

Critics say Canada Behind in Great Lakes Cleanup

While public officials and environmentalists met in Washington recently to discuss progress on cleaning up the Great Lakes, Canada is being criticized for being far behind...  Go to full article

Feuding Over A Famous Adirondack View

In the Adirondack Park, spectacular views are supposed to be protected and enhanced, according to state law. But the future of a scenic vista north of Saranac Lake has...  Go to full article

ESCO to Power Up North Country

North Country businesses will soon have a new option for buying electricity. A St. Lawrence County couple is starting an Energy Services Company, or ESCO, that will buy and...  Go to full article

"Deer Lady" Defies Feeding Ban

A 63-year-old woman known as the ``Deer Lady'' is on trial for violating the state's ban on feeding wild deer. Anita Depczynski is on trial after being ticketed repeatedly by...  Go to full article

Adirondack Man Lobbies Against Deer Feeding Ban

Feeding deer has long been a winter ritual in the north country, especially in the Adirondacks where deer herds are much smaller. New York's Department of Environmental...  Go to full article

Seaway Opening Scrutinized, Again

The St. Lawrence Seaway is scheduled to open another shipping season on March 25th. Observers warn letting giant freighters into the St. Lawrence too early can damage...  Go to full article

« first  « previous 10  3247-3256 of 3725  next 10 »  last »