Get Involved!

Your participation in AWA is important!

As we grow our organization, we will endeavor to find multiple ways for our supporters to contribute to our mission. It is our goal to make this page grow by adding more opportunities for engagement as we grow ourselves! In the meantime, here are a few ideas to get you started.

We look forward to collaborating with you!

Join an Upcoming Event!

Join AWA for Second Wilderness Webinar

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Join us for our second Wilderness Webinar, beginning at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Long-time AWA member and board member Ari Epstein will walk through the proof-of-concept Visitor Use Management Tool he has been developing, which could someday be implemented at popular trailheads to support adaptive management in the Adirondack Park.

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Read Our Latest News!

Exciting Changes on AWA’s Board!

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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.

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Become a Contributor!

Submission Guidelines

“Wild Thoughts” Submission Guidelines Our “Wild Thoughts” blog page has always been intended as a shared venue for thoughtful commentary. It’s where we post our own updates and essays, and…
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Explore the Wilderness!

Explore the Adirondack Wilderness

Explore the Adirondack Wilderness Currently, there are 20 areas scattered throughout the Adirondack Park protected as wilderness. While these aren’t the only public lands we work to protect, they are…
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Become an Advocate!

Take Action

Take Action: Sign Up For Our Mailing List No Immediate Actions Adirondack Wilderness Advocates keeps a close eye on activities related to New York’s Wilderness areas. When necessary, we ask…
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Make a Financial Donation!


Donate to Adirondack Wilderness Advocates Your contributions are critical to the success of our work in promoting the knowledge, enjoyment, expansion, and protection of the Adirondack Park’s wildest places. Solitude.…
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