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Do You Hop, Bound, Step, or Amble?

2021-01-26T08:57:30-05:00

By Maggie Newell, ADK Outreach Coordinator A fresh layer of snow reveals what creatures are sneaking around when no one is looking. Excellent camouflage, nocturnal habits, and good hearing help many animals evade observation, but footprints in the snow can give us insights into who is around and what they READ MORE

ADK Links Outdoor and Online Learning

2021-01-26T08:57:31-05:00

Fall at Heart Lake is usually accompanied by the sounds and sights of fourth graders exploring Mt. Jo as participants in ADK’s (Adirondack Mountain Club’s) Marie L. Haberl School Outreach Program: Three Seasons at Heart Lake. As foliage shifts from green to shades of red, orange, and yellow, ADK educators READ MORE

ADK Receives Leave No Trace Youth Program Accreditation

2021-01-26T08:57:36-05:00

Seth Jones Education Director 518-523-3441, ext. 119 seth@adk.org Lake Placid, NY – June 16, 2020 – ADK (Adirondack Mountain Club) is excited to announce that the Marie L. Haberl School Outreach Program: Three Seasons at Heart Lake is now an accredited youth program through the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor READ MORE

ADK Promotes Seth Jones as Education Director

2021-01-26T08:57:47-05:00

Lake Placid, NY —  January 9, 2019– Education is a vital and integral part of ADK’s (Adirondack Mountain Club) mission.  Helping people learn how to recreate responsibly, developing environmental literacy and instilling an outdoor ethic helps protect New York’s public lands.  Seth Jones, manager of ADK’s Education Programs since 2012 READ MORE

Creating Life Experiences for the Next Generation

2021-01-26T08:57:53-05:00

On a crisp February morning, I arrived at the Adirondak Loj to participate in the Marie L. Haberl Three Seasons at Heart Lake School Outreach Program.  Immediately upon arrival, I could feel the excitement in the air as fourth-graders were piling off the bus in anticipation of the day. After READ MORE

ADK School Program Enhances Student’s Experience

2021-01-26T08:58:29-05:00

As the winter season settles in, nature has brought cold temperatures, snow and ice to the Adirondacks.  With the lack of sunshine, many people feel the need to go into a hibernation-like state, sleeping a lot and staying indoors as much as possible. For many Adirondack children, they experience the READ MORE