Posts Tagged ‘Adirondack Explorer magazine’

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Wolf controversy on the cover of Adirondack Explorer

wolf on the cover of nov/dec 2022 issue of adirondack explorer

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


Sunday, October 9, 2022

5 reasons to subscribe to Adirondack Explorer magazine

sept oct adirondack explorer magazine cover

The award-winning Adirondack Explorer magazine continues to evolve. We’ve been expanding and growing our investigative and science reporting, putting a focus on community issues and including  range of outdoor adventures.

FIVE REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE:

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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

A newsy issue

silver fliesThis issue of Adirondack Explorer magazine will be a doozy.

It will offer readers thorough explainers surrounding the recent court ruling against “community connector” snowmobile trails; the struggle by small Adirondack communities to fund proper water treatment; Essex County’s remarkable job of being a statewide leader in preventing COVID in the face of a serious tourism rush; a program to fight one non-native species with another; the pressures leading the Whitney estate’s owner to subdivide and sell that coveted Adirondack woodland; even a fascinating look at how and why (and at what cost) Adirondack communities ship all of the park’s garbage elsewhere.

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