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Lewis County Wind Farm Gets Go-Ahead

Construction of one of the largest wind farms in the East is expected to begin on the Tug Hill Plateau next spring. The project had been delayed for several years because a renewable energy tax credit was stuck in Congress. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article
Christopher Swain

Swimmer Completes Lake Champlain Trek

Christopher Swain finished swimming the length of Lake Champlain Tuesday. The 36-year-old from Colchester, Vermont arrived in Quebec shortly before two-o-clock yesterday afternoon. He told Todd Moe he set out on the 129-mile voyage in August to raise awareness about water quality.  Go to full article

Canadian Groups Concerned About Water Withdrawals

Canadian environmental groups are concerned that a new plan to regulate water withdrawals from the Great Lakes basin would allow too much water to be removed. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Kelly reports.  Go to full article

Room for Wilderness in the Suburbs?

Imagine a suburban, backyard wilderness where 200 year-old trees still stand. That's exactly what you'll find at the 300 acre Reinstein Nature Preserve. It meanders right...  Go to full article

NY Eyes Less Reliance on Fossil Fuels

Governor Pataki's energy regulators have approved a plan to reduce the state's reliance on oil, coal and other highly polluting power sources in the next nine years. New...  Go to full article

Finch Pruyn Land Sale Alarms Environmental Groups

One of the region's biggest timber companies is selling a 4,900 acre parcel of land in the town of Newcomb. According to a report published yesterday in the Glens Falls...  Go to full article

Candidates Play on Water Diversion Issue

Great Lakes water has become an issue in this year's presidential campaign as both candidates try to pick up valuable votes in the swing states. Both of the major party...  Go to full article

Natural Selections: BT Corn and Monarch Butterflies

Recent studies verify the theory that BT corn, genetically-engineered to produce its own pesticides, is harmful to the monarch butterfly, producing a high rate of mortality...  Go to full article

EPA to Regulate Airplane De-icing Fluid?

The Environmental Protection Agency says it might impose new restrictions on airports. Officials with the EPA say de-icing chemicals used on planes and taxiways can...  Go to full article

Adirondack Park?s Senior Scientist Steps Down

The senior scientist for the Adirondack Park Agency is stepping down. Ray Curran worked for the APA for 31 years and helped to shape a small but respected science program. ...  Go to full article

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