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Natural Selections: Vertical Forests

Forests that grow on miles of steep-sloped land can be a bit different from those which grow on level or moderately-sloped land. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley discuss what makes the mountain forest special.  Go to full article
Alleged ATV damage <br />Source:  Adirondack Council

New Bill Would Ban ATVs In The Adirondacks

Two state lawmakers are pushing to ban ATVs on what they describe as "sensitive" areas of state forestland. The new bill would sharply restrict use of four-wheelers in the Adirondacks - and would mean stiff new penalties for riders who break the law. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Landmark Land Deal Preserves Southern High Peaks

New York state and a pro-environment group will buy nearly ten thousand acres of land on the southern border of the High Peaks. The landmark deal - announced Wednesday by Governor Pataki - will cost roughly 8.5 million dollars.
As Brian Mann reports, the land around the old Tahawus mine will preserve popular hiking trails and establish a new historic area.  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...  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. ...  Go to full article

PBS Series Profiles Adirondack Communities

Two Plattsburgh-area veterans of public television have filmed an eight-part series called Hidden Adirondacks, which premiered on more than 100 PBS stations nationwide...  Go to full article

Lake George will Ban "Jetskis" in 2006

The village of Lake George has voted to phase out "Jetskis" and other personal watercraft. The ban would take effect in 2006. Brian Mann has details.  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

Seagle Colony Breaks Ground for New Space

The Seagle Music Colony in Schroon Lake breaks ground on a new building Friday afternoon. Since 1915, the Seagle Colony has offered talented young singers a secluded summer...  Go to full article

School Plans Tentative Amid Budget Battle

As the budget showdown in Albany reaches its climax, millions of dollars in education aid for North Country schools hang in the balance. School districts are making...  Go to full article

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