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Eurasian Watermilfoil
Eurasian Watermilfoil

Money For Battling Lake George Milfoil

Governor Pataki says he'll give forty thousand dollars to groups in Lake George that are fighting the spread of Eurasian watermilfoil. In a release, Pataki said the grants will allow the Lake George Park Commission expand control operations and help fund new strategies to control the invasive weed.  Go to full article
Chris Ortloff, R-Plattsburgh

Ortloff Blasts Assembly Leadership For Inaction

The state senate wrapped up business Tuesday. The assembly holds a final day of work today. Assemblyman Chris Ortloff -- a Republican from Plattsburgh representing the 114th district -- took a moment between votes to talk with Brian Mann about the end of session. Ortloff says he's still pushing to pass several important local bills. But he describes this year's legislature as stagnant.  Go to full article

Water Woes In Adirondacks Could Change Constitution

In these final hours of the legislative session, North Country lawmakers are hoping to push through a bill that would allow local governments to drill for water on state forest preserve land. If approved, the legislation would launch a lengthy process to amend New York's Constitution. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article

School Budgets That Cut to the Barest Bone

The impasse in Albany has made an already tough budgeting year even tougher for local school districts. School boards had to estimate the amount of state aid they expect to...  Go to full article
IP land around Loon Lake Mtn.

Looking At IP Land Deal, From On High

In April, International Paper announced that the corporation will sell development and recreation rights on a quarter-million acres in the Adirondack Mountains. Logging will...  Go to full article
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Audio Postcard: Bushwacking Up Camel's Hump

The Adirondack Mountains are often described as a civilized wilderness, a place of tidy portage trails and scenic lean-tos. But there are also vast stretches of state land...  Go to full article

No-Octane Regatta Weekend begins Friday

Todd Moe talks with curator Hallie Bond about the No-Octane Regatta for Wooden Boats at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake. From toy boats to war canoes, this...  Go to full article
<i>Yellow Iris</i>, Alice Wand. From NCPR's UpNorth Gallery

Garden Tour: Life Among the Irises

There are gardeners who delight in growing a variety of annuals, perennials and veggies each year. Then there are those who devote most of their botanical careers to one...  Go to full article
Andy Flynn aboard the H.K. Porter locomotive at the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake

New Book Unveils Adirondack Attic Treasures

A packbasket, barn loom, mountaineering boots, war canoe, a strand of Grace Brown's hair - just some of the many items tucked away in the archives at the Adirondack Museum,...  Go to full article
Christopher Swain hopes to complete his Hudson River swim by July 28th

Environmentalist Begins Swim of the Hudson

Last Thursday, Christopher Swain dove into Lake Tear of the Clouds, the highest source of the Hudson River on Mount Marcy. Over the next eight weeks Swain will swim the...  Go to full article

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