[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?
Old-Growth Forest Network
Autumn is just around the corner with wonderful hiking temperatures and amazing colors. In October CATS is co-hosting an Old Growth Forest Presentation described below but first, see how you can get an early start on Fall at the Adirondack Harvest Festival at the Essex County … [Read more...] about Harvest Festival Hikes & Old Growth Forest Presentation
Precious little ancient forest still exists on the shores of Lake Champlain, but in our community one special stretch of old-growth forest occurs between Essex and Westport. From the Lee Trust land on Rose Point to the Rock Harbor land on Dickenson’s Point, there are towering … [Read more...] about Old-Growth Forest Network Recognizes Dickenson’s Point