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Music: Celia Evans

We celebrate spring, life and the outdoors with folksinger Celia Evans. She's passionate about her day job, as a professor at Paul Smith's College, and about songwriting.  Go to full article

Boquet River Conservation Deal Protects 110 Acres

The Adirondack Nature Conservancy has bought more than a hundred acres of forest and wetland near the mouth of the Boquet River on Lake Champlain. The deal will prevent development along more than a half-mile of shoreline. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

Reap What You Sow and Spring Song by Celia Evans

We celebrate spring, life and the outdoors with folksinger Celia Evans. She's passionate about her day job, as a professor at Paul Smith's College, and about songwriting. Celia was our guest in the NCPR studio. We hear two of her compositions: Reap What You Sow and Spring Song.  Go to full article

UPDATE: Wanakena Water Line Approved, Despite APA Questions

FRIDAY APRIL 16 3pm. The Adirondack Park Agency commission unanimously approved construction of a new waterline for the small community of Wanakena, in southern St. Lawrence...  Go to full article

A Talk With Residents Committee Director, Peter Bauer

A pro-environment group is suing New York state to stop 4-wheeler traffic on more than fifty roads in the western Adirondack Park. The Residents Committee to Protect the...  Go to full article

Suit Would Close 4-wheeler roads in Adirondack Park

A pro-environment group is suing New York state over dozens of roads in the western Adirondacks that have been opened to 4-wheeled all terrain vehicles. The Residents...  Go to full article
Dan Berggren       (Ralph Rosenthal Photo)

Adk Folk Song Included in New Textbook

A folk song by Adirondack balladeer Dan Berggren will be included in a new Social Studies primer for fourth graders in New York. Here's to You, which is a musical...  Go to full article

Adirondack Towns Consider New County

Local leaders in 10 Adirondack towns are thinking about breaking away to form their own county. It would include towns that are now part of Essex and Franklin counties. The...  Go to full article

Museum of Comic Art Opens in Ticonderoga

The Cartoon Museum of the Adirondacks has a new home. The museum had a grand opening earlier this month in Ticonderoga. Todd Moe talks with Stan Burdick, who says his...  Go to full article

Lake Placid: Film Forum Grows to Become a Film Festival

The Lake Placid Film Festival returns this summer, with new stars, new movies--and a new seminar program for young filmmakers. Martin Scorcese is the lead attraction. The...  Go to full article

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