Chad Dawson presenting and delivering remarks

Dialogue for the Wild – Forest Preserve Lakes

Dialogue for the Wild – Forest Preserve Lakes At Adirondack Wild’s  October meeting at the Paul Smith’s Visitor Interpretive Center, lakes and ponds came under the spotlight in a panel discussion about Cooperative Stewardship of Adirondack Lakes. Of particular interest was a given lake’s classification and subsequent comprehensive study, planning and management. If Adirondack waterbodies…

The staff of Adirondack Explorer posing on a deck with forest behind them

Adirondack Wild Honors Park Stewards and Champions

Adirondack Wild Honors Park Stewards and Champions The nonprofit advocate Adirondack Wild: Friends of the Forest Preserve presented its annual awards at the Paul Smith’s College Visitor Interpretive Center on Friday, Oct. 14, 2022. The award ceremony was part of Adirondack Wild’s 12th Annual Members Meeting. Tracy Ormsbee, Publisher of Adirondack Explorer, the nonprofit voice…

lawn signs with the words: No Quarry

More misinformation about APA formal hearings

More misinformation about APA formal hearings by Dave Gibson, Managing Partner, Adirondack Wild Reporter Megan Plete Postol reported on a recent judicial proceeding in Oneida County Supreme Court brought by Adirondack White Lake Association. The lawsuit was brought by neighbors of Red Rock Quarry, a proposed new granite quarry to be located very close to White…

Paul Schaefer and Dan Plumley sitting on a couch smiling

A Conversation with Wilderness Champion Paul Schaefer

A Conversation with Wilderness Champion Paul Schaefer by Dave Gibson, Managing Partner, Adirondack Wild A 1993 conversation between Friends of the Forest Preserve founder and 20th century Adirondack wilderness coalition leader Paul Schaefer (1908-1996) and Kathy Hargis is one of the best, short interviews Schaefer ever gave. Just 25 minutes long, the interview is accessed at www.adirondackwild.org/media/videos and scrolling…