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In Search of Alpine Ants

BY Seth Jones

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If you hiked up to one of the Adirondack High Peaks this summer, you may have witnessed a different scene […]

Imperiled Alpine Plants: Boott’s rattlesnake-root

BY Stephanie Coppola

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The New York Natural Heritage Program has identified highly imperiled plants across New York State, including several found in the […]

Imperiled Alpine Plants: Dwarf Willow

BY Stephanie Coppola

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The New York Natural Heritage Program has identified highly imperiled plants across New York State, including several found in the […]

Young Members Weekend at JBL

BY Stephanie Graudons

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Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) hosted its first ever young members weekend at Johns Brook Lodge this month and welcomed participants from […]

Imperiled Alpine Plants: Fernald’s bluegrass

BY Stephanie Coppola

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The New York Natural Heritage Program has identified highly imperiled plants across New York State, including several found in the […]

Imperiled Alpine Plants: Alpine Azalea

BY Stephanie Coppola

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The New York Natural Heritage Program has identified highly imperiled plants across New York State, including several found in the […]

Imperiled Alpine Plants: Lapland Rosebay

BY Stephanie Coppola

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The New York Natural Heritage Program has identified highly imperiled plants across New York State, including several found in the […]

JBL Base Camp Series: Haystack

BY Stephanie Coppola

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Mt. Haystack is New York State’s third highest mountain, after Mount Marcy and Algonquin Peak, with a pretty amazing view. […]

Backwoods Ethics: Technology in the Wild

BY Seth Jones

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There is probably not much argument about what the biggest change in the backcountry is since the millennium. That’s right!  […]

Backcountry Water Monitors Trip: Long Pond and Island Pond

BY Stephanie Coppola

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Adirondack Mountain Club’s (ADK) Backcountry Water Monitors Program is a partnership with the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program (APIPP),  Adirondack Watershed Institute […]