The Adirondack Land Trust and the Gillilland family today announce the permanent conservation of 294 acres of farmland with more than two miles of natural forest along the Boquet River and associated tributaries.
Launched in 2022, the grant-funded initiative has added binoculars and reference materials to circulating collections at seven libraries in the Adirondacks.
At a trailhead between Blue Mountain Lake and Indian Lake there was a pair of boots in a tree. A river driver’s caulked boots, tough leather with strong cleats in the soles—and the inspiration for this essay by Elizabeth Folwell.
The Adirondack Land Trust today announced the purchase of 187 acres in the town of North Elba to protect one of the most iconic views in the Adirondacks.
The Adirondack Land Trust is holding its 2023 annual meeting at Uihlein Farm, Lake Placid, on Saturday, August 12, 1:00 p.m.
Professional trail builders break ground on a purpose-built path that improves access for hikers while protecting natural resources at this popular destination close to the village center.
Acreage is part of Saranac Lake Wild Forest and will remain designated as wild shoreline.
The Adirondack Land Trust is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission. A public comment period is now open.
The Adirondack Land Trust purchased 137 acres to maintain public recreational access and conserve natural forests, including 1,844 feet of floodplain on the East Branch of the Ausable River.
Penn State researchers visit the Adirondack Land Trust's Harrietstown property to study Nashville warblers.