Adirondack Wilderness Advocates (AWA) is announcing three new changes to its leadership positions, including a new chair of its Board of Directors, a new addition to the Board, and a new technical advisor. These changes add a wealth of knowledge and professional experience to the organization.
AWA has achieved its first success in its initiative to help the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation implement the most important recommendations from the High Peaks Strategic Planning Advisory Group (HPAG) Final Report. …Read More
Adirondack Wilderness Advocates (AWA) today announced its incorporation as a non-profit 501(3)(c) charitable corporation dedicated to the purpose of advancing public knowledge, enjoyment, expansion, and protection of the Adirondack Park’s…Read More
Barneveld, New York – A local environmental group is expressing concerns about the pending state regulatory approval of a proposed management plan for the Black River Wild Forest, located in…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Tuesday, October 11, 2016 SARANAC LAKE, N.Y. – Adirondack Wilderness Advocates (AWA) today called for the rejection of the 2016 Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) just…Read More