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Does Rafting Hurt the Hudson's Trout Fishery?

Martha Foley talks with Jim Nash, a veteran trout fisherman, who worries that all the rafting threatens the Upper Hudson's fishery.  Go to full article

A Whitewater Trip On the Living Hudson

Fifty miles from its source on Mt. Marcy, the Hudson is a rocky, alpine river. It's also one of the country's most popular stretches of whitewater, passing through seventeen miles of wilderness. Brian Mann made the raft trip and sends this audio postcard.  Go to full article

Rochester Attorney To Head APA

Governor Pataki has named a new interim chairman to lead the Adirondack Park Agency. Rochester attorney Jim Townsend will take over until a permanent chairman is found. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

Study: Lawn Chemicals Killing Birds

Lawn pesticides are killing a lot more than grubs and weeds, according to the National Audubon Society. They want to let people know that if they use the chemicals, they are...  Go to full article

Region Tops List for Toxic Chemicals

Two Great Lakes states and one Canadian province are near the top of the list when it comes to the production of toxic chemicals. That's the finding of the latest study from...  Go to full article

Sportsmen Oppose Hancock Land Conservation Bid

On Wednesday, the Hancock Timber Resource group will open bids on more than a hundred and twenty thousand acres of land in the Adirondacks and Vermont. The land sale worries...  Go to full article
Senator Betty Little, Republican, 45th District

Sen. Betty Little Opposes Governor On Budget

Senator Betty Little voted with the Senate's Republican leadership to sweep aside the Governor's vetoes. She spoke with Brian Mann about the rift that's divided the north...  Go to full article

Report Says Small Industry Pollution On Rise

A recent study on pollution in North America shows a drop in environmental pollution between 1995 and 2000. The study was conducted by the Commission for Environmental...  Go to full article
The Saranac Lakes Wild Forest. Photo: Susan Waters

Saranac Lakes Forest Plan Debated Behind Closed Doors

State officials held a closed-door meeting last night, as they develop a new management plan for the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest. This was the sixth private session designed...  Go to full article

NY Attorney General Takes on Canadian Pollution

The Attorney General of New York has recently led the fight against any softening of laws on air pollution. He's even taken on the administration in Washington. Now he's...  Go to full article

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