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Reporter Tim Rowland writes: “Fueled by New York’s mission to ensure that 70% of its electricity be derived from renewables by 2030 and the corresponding incentives to help that happen, lands with potential for solar became the hottest ticket in Ti.”
The Nov/Dec issue of Adirondack Explorer magazine is about to drop!
The cover story this issue looks deeper into the recent wolf controversy (we first ran this commentary back in August), that columnist Peter Bauer wrote about here and here. The Adirondack Explorer magazine story continues on the initial reporting by Mike Lynch that ran here.
Plus stories on the following: A lack of mental health services, youth climate conference, a profile of APA chair John Ernst, outdoor trips and more! Subscribe now to start with the last issue of 2022: www.adirondackexplorer.org/subscribe
A new paper from Paul Smith’s College researchers raises the specter of an Adirondack Park without the winter weather that has long shaped the region’s culture and economy.
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The Adirondack Mountain Reserve hiking permit system closes for the season on Oct. 31. Did you use it this summer or plan to make a reservation before the end of the month? Did you take one of the fall foliage shuttles the state started trying this year?
In your opinion, what are some creative ideas the state and/or local communities should be considering to move people from parking lots to trailheads?
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