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News stories tagged with "five-ponds"

An island in Chair Rock Flow on the southern shore of Cranberry Lake (Phil Brown)
An island in Chair Rock Flow on the southern shore of Cranberry Lake (Phil Brown)

South of Cranberry Lake, Wild Mountain Meadows

The south shore of Cranberry Lake, near Wanakena, opens into some of the wildest country in the Adirondacks. Camps and cabins give way to miles of forest and sprawling meadows. Brian Mann and Adirondack Explorer editor Phil brown spent three days hiking the valleys around Chair Rock Creek. Brian sent this audio postcard.  Go to full article

Sled Trail Raises Enforcement Concerns

Snowmobilers and local leaders praised Wednesday's announcement of $250,000 in state funding for a new snowmobile trail in the Five Ponds Wilderness Area. The Alice Brook trail will connect networks in St. Lawrence County and the Tug Hill Plateau. As David Sommerstein reports, environmentalists are most worried about what happens off the trail.  Go to full article

Adirondack Climate Change Called "Reality"

This week, scientists, government and business leaders, and pro-environment groups are meeting in Raquette Lake. They're talking about global warming caused by human pollution and the impact on our region. The latest research suggests that the north country's climate has already begun to shift. Temperatures are rising subtly. Other human impacts--like acid rain and the spread of invasive species--may be accelerating the pace of change. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article

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