The research is done. Now what?
It was great to see so many people take the time to follow our coverage of road salt pollution and then come to our panel discussion last week to hear about what’s next in the fight to reduce road salt use. In case you missed it, here’s Adirondack Explorer’s story.We also have a recording of the event to share, for those who couldn’t make it.
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Photo: Adirondack Explorer photo from a road salt panel discussion Feb. 15, 2024 at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake.