Our Mission

To forever conserve the forests, farmlands, waters and wild places that advance the quality of life of our communities and the ecological integrity of the Adirondacks.






The latest on land and water conservation, and the people making it happen.

The Adirondacks

The Adirondack Park is unlike anyplace in North America. Larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Glacier and Grand Canyon national parks combined, it holds 85% of the designated Wilderness in the East as well as 130,000 people living in 102 small towns—a living example of how people and nature can thrive together.

Outline of Adirondack Park encompassing outlines of Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Great Smoky and Glacier national parks

Community Conservation

The goal is to save the lands that support clean water, healthy communities and climate protection — and places that make life worth living.

A hand holding a small plant

Save Land

Your donation protects the lands that support healthy waters, people and communities. Take tangible action for the Adirondacks with a gift today.

Additional photo credits: Nancie Battaglia (3), Debra Millet, Larry Master, Steve Langdon

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