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""Few people have ever loved their country as Marshall did and he loved it from the ground up, starting with the soil and rocks and ferns and trees." - James Glover, "A Wilderness Original: The Life of Bob Marshall"

This site provides non-commercial links to environmental resources and historic-based websites related to the Adirondacks. Drop me a note if you have comments, questions, or suggested links.

Also the website for the Bald (Rondaxe) Mountain Fire Tower - Old Forge, NY


  Environmental Organizations 


  • 46ers - Organized in 1948, The Adirondack Forty-Sixers are a select group of hikers who have ascended 46 High Peaks listed in Russell Carson's Peaks and People.
  • Adirondack Council - Legislative and Environmental issues. Informative online monthly newsletter on Park Issues.
  • NYS Department of Environmental Conservation - Informative Quarterly News Publication with policy announcements.
  • Protect the Adirondacks - membership not-for-profit organization that consolidated the RCPA and AFPA dedicated to protecting the natural and human resources of the Adirondack Park. Link to the Adirondack Research Library of Union College formerly maintained by the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks.
 
  • Adirondack Architectural Heritage, AARCH - This organizations is an excellent resource for Adirondack communities who are studying and want to preserve their architectural heritage. Steven Engelhart, Exec. Director, 1759 Main St., Keeseville, NY 12944
  • Nature Conservancy - New York State - provides funds for Forest Preserve acquisitions and lease options. The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve plants, animals and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive.
  • Adirondack Park Agency - State agency responsible for developing long-range Park policy in a forum that balances statewide concerns and the interests of local governments in the Park.

  Maps & Info 


 

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Last updated: January 2017