Purdy was beginning to struggle in the March snow. We had been striding easily across it for most of the morning, and until the last hour or so it had…
Even though the entire Boreas Ponds tract wasn’t classified as Wilderness, it can still be kept motor free and wild. Send a letter to DEC in support of preserving the silence, solitude, and remoteness of this wild tract of land.
News that the Adirondack Park Agency plans to subvert another upcoming wilderness designation at Boreas Ponds with both motorized and mechanized access corridors is not just discouraging, it is frightening….
Advocate To Walk From Boreas Ponds To November APA Meeting With More Than 1,000 Letters Supporting Full Wilderness Classification
SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – Adirondack Wilderness Advocates (AWA) today announced that Tyler Socash, AWA member and activist, will attend the Adirondack Park Agency’s next meeting on November 16th by walking…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saranac Lake, New York – A local environmental group’s analysis of public comments submitted to the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) has revealed a high level of public…
Boreas Ponds Land Classification
New York State is currently considering the land classification for Boreas Ponds. This unique parcel of land is one of the most remote areas of New York State, contains rare wetland ecosystems, and deserves a Wilderness classification.