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Canoe Island Lodge Preserved

Canoe Island Lodge, the classic Lake George resort and a 2.7-acre island that was a 19th century campground for the American Canoe Association, have been purchased for $10.7 million by real estate preservationist Ginger Cannon Bailey. The ... Read More

The Origins of Rockwell Kent

Rockwell Kent, the artist who made the Adirondacks his home from 1928 until his death in 1971, mastered more media than any of his contemporaries, even if one were to include Andy Warhol. And no one was more skillful than he at agitprop – exhorting ... Read More

Can HWA be Stopped?

The Hemlock, one of the oldest trees in the Adirondack Park and among its most abundant and prominent conifers, is on the precipice of extinction. “All Hemlocks are threatened by this tiny pest, the Hemlock Wooly Adelgid,” said Dr. David Orwig, ... Read More