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A Green Lobbyist’s Memoir

Senator Ron Stafford, the Plattsburgh Republican who dominated North Country politics for more than forty years, was among the legislators who opposed the creation of the Adirondack Park Agency in 1971. A bill he sponsored in 1977 to abolish the new ... Read More

Stopping Pollution at its Source

Lake George Village’s new wastewater treatment plant is functioning as it should, preventing pollutants from reaching Lake George. “The results speak for themselves,” Lake George Waterkeeper Chris Navitsky said at the ribbon cutting ceremony at ... Read More

Adirondack Creamery: Acting Globally and Locally

Paul Nasrani, the founder of the Adirondack Creamery ice cream company, believes in the positive powers of ice cream. The civic mission of his company is, as he says, “to promote the idea that food – even or especially ice cream – can bridge ... Read More

Lake George Celebrating El Lagarto’s Centenary

El Lagarto, Lake George’s three-time Gold Cup winner, now on permanent display at the Adirondack Experience museum in Blue Mountain Lake, is one hundred years old this year. To commemorate the centenary, Lisa Reis, a granddaughter of George Reis, ... Read More