Adirondack Explorer

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As a state park, the Adirondacks belong to all of us.

So decisions made about the park—how much road salt is used, how trails are built, how land is classified and developed, how we are dealing with a warming climate and invasive species or how conservation easement deals are being managed—should be made with transparency and in public.

They aren’t always. And that’s where independent, nonprofit journalism makes a difference.

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