A collection of interesting reads:
Almanack “regular” Bob Meyer sent in this notice…he’ll be performing some dates this winter with The New Adirondack Jazz Quartet.
Featuring Steven Frieder, tenor and alto saxes; Luke Franco, guitar; Bryan Copeland, bass and Bob Meyer, drums & cymbals.
Friday, Feb. 4th @ The VIC Paul Smiths 7pm
Saturday Feb. 5th @ The Recovery Lounge Upper Jay 7pm
Sunday Feb. 6th @ the Tannery Pond Center, North Creek 3pm
At the Adirondack Explorer (which runs the Adirondack Almanack), we’re committed to producing fact-based, watchdog journalism in the public interest. We gather facts and dig deep in the pursuit of truth about what’s happening in our beloved Adirondack Park–in the forests, waters and in our communities.
Our watchdog reporting keeps readers like you on top of the issues that matter most, like clean water. Just this past week, our newest reporter, Zach Matson, revealed that another harmful algal bloom was found on Lake George in October, though the information wasn’t shared widely with the public at the time.
As a lean, mean non-profit news organization, every dollar in donations we receive goes directly into our journalism, to put reporters in every corner of the Adirondack Park, to dig deeply into the environmental and human issues of importance to all who live and visit our region.
This past year has been one of tremendous growth. Some highlights:
This week on Adirondack Explorer’s website, we published an article about Lake George’s plans to create a wide-reaching septic inspection program.
From the article, by Zachary Matson: