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Membership Month Interview Series: Katie

  For May is Membership Month, I asked some o READ MORE

Adirondack Archangels: Adirondack High Peaks Essay Collection Released

After more than a quarter-century of protecting Ne READ MORE

High School Trail Volunteer to a Professional Career

Ryan Graig working on a bridge. “I have no idea READ MORE

Why Should You Care About the Environmental Protection Fund?

Photo: Summit Steward on Algonquin   As you may have heard by now, the New York Governor’s budget is going to include $300 million for the Environmental Protection Fund (EPF). This is the largest the EPF has ever been and it’s over $100 million more than it was in 2015. This is great news for those who would label themselves “enviros” in New York. But why? What can we accomplish with $300 million dollars and how does it affect Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) members directly? Well listen in, because this new line of funding has some significant impacts. Generically speaking this program protects open space, revitalizes waterfronts, supports recycling, preserves farmland, enhances water quality, and helps connect New Yorkers with the outdoors. It will enable the state to buy more Forest Preserve in the Adirondacks and Catskills. READ MORE

The Turnaround Time

My day off finally comes, the weather is ideal and READ MORE

Citizen Scientists: ADK’s Backcountry Water and Forest Monitoring Projects

  Throughout 2015, numer­ous committed volunt READ MORE

ADK’s Fall School Outreach: Climbing the Biggest Mountain in the World

Three Seasons at Heart Lake is Adirondack Mountain READ MORE

Return to Pharaoh Lake Wilderness

Cathy's family on top of Pharaoh Mountain in the READ MORE

Love on the Mountain: Summit Stewards Aid in Engagement

The sun was shining bright on top of Algonquin and READ MORE

High Peaks Summit Stewards By The Numbers (Infographic)

  Information: Adirondack Mountain Club Field READ MORE