[Note: "How does one recognize an old-growth forest in the Adirondacks?" was written by Robert "Bob" Leverett of Native Tree Society, and appears on this blog with permission. Thanks to the Old-Growth Forest Network for sharing this fact sheet. Thanks also to Rob Leverett for … [Read more...] about How does one recognize an old-growth forest in the Adirondacks?
Northeast Wilderness Trust
In May 2016, Northeast Wilderness Trust purchased the Goff Preserve in Essex, NY for permanent protection as a small but key piece in the heart of the Split Rock Wildway. These 27 acres are in the vicinity of other NWT-protected lands and advance the vision of a connected wildway … [Read more...] about Goff Preserve: Northeast Wilderness Trust Adds 27 Acres to Wildway
Today’s a great day to register for the Grand Hike to the Essex Inn. It's only TWO WEEKS away on May 14 and will take you on THREE NEW CATS Trails. So register soon. If you want to help as a volunteer, please email or call CATS. The hike begins in Wadhams where you will set … [Read more...] about CATS Grand Hike Two Weeks Away
If you've enjoyed recent El Niño wildlife sightings on the Essex blog ("Welcoming the CoyWolf: Whoever It May Be", "Wrong to Kill Coyotes, Wolves and CoyWolves" and "Snow Geese By Whallons Bay"), we have three new images to share courtesy of Andrea McDonald (@andreamcd3) and John … [Read more...] about El Niño Wildlife Sightings: Adirondack Coast
[This is the last in a four-part series describing the Split Rock Wildway and the importance of an extensive wildlife corridor in the Northeast. The first three installments are Split Rock Wildway: A Critical Wildlife Corridor; Where is the Split Rock Wildway?; and Split Rock … [Read more...] about More Work to Do at Split Rock Wildway