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Timber Theft & Right To Log Bill Passed

New York's legislature has agreed to raise penalties for tree theft in the Adirondacks and the Catskill Mountains. A bill that passed the Assembly Tuesday will boost fines from just ten dollars to $250 for each tree. As Brian Mann reports, the law also includes a new "right to log" provision, designed to discourage local governments from restricting forestry.  Go to full article
Actress Jennifer Jason Leigh

Film Forum Focus: An Actress, A Writer, A Daughter, A Mother

The Lake Placid Film Forum filled movie theaters over the weekend. But the real focus of the gathering was the intimate encounters between film-makers and actors and their audiences. On Sunday, actress Jennifer Jason Leigh joined her mother, screenwriter Barbara Turner, for a public conversation about their work and their collaboration. As Brian Mann reports, the women hope to make a film in the Adirondacks.  Go to full article

People: Storyteller Fran Yardley

Todd Moe talks with Adirondack storyteller Fran Yardley. It's a conversation and story about Fran's father from her latest collection of stories, Beyond My Father's Shadow.  Go to full article

Preview: Arts and Healing Weekend

The 5th annual Adirondack Arts and Healing Weekend at Great Camp Sagamore will be September 26th through the 28th. It's a weekend of music, storytelling and nature walks for...  Go to full article

Filmmakers, Stars and Movie Buffs Gather in Lake Placid

The Lake Placid Film Forum kicks off this afternoon, with five days of movies, panel discussions and workshops. The event is an intimate setting that offers locals a chance...  Go to full article

New Owners Save Lewis County Plants

The Lewis County timber industry received a small flurry of good news this week. Yesterday a Texas company announced it purchased a wood-fired power plant in Lyonsdale. The...  Go to full article

Preview: SLCHA Honors Canoe Builder J. Henry Rushton

The St. Lawrence County Historical Association honors a favorite son. J. Henry Rushton's times marked the peak of 19th century canoe-fever. Martha Foley talks with County...  Go to full article
By train through the wilderness

Adirondack Rail: on the Old New York Central Line

In 1891, William Seward Webb began construction of a rail line that ran from Herkimer in the south up into the heart of the Adirondacks. The track cut through some of the...  Go to full article
VIC bird expert Brian McAllister

In Search of the Black-Backed Woodpecker

This weekend, birders from all over the country will gather at the Paul Smiths VIC for the Great Adirondack Birding Festival. It's a chance to show off some of the region's...  Go to full article

Book review: "Nehasane Fire Observer"

In the early '40s, the superintendent of Nehasane Park, the vast preserve west of Long Lake asked Francis Boone to be the observer in the Park's fire tower. Nehasane Fire...  Go to full article

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