September 28, 2019

New York's Adirondack Council's 2019-20 State of the Park report and blog postings


Wild Thoughts by Julia Randall, Adirondack Council's Clarence Petty Intern, is a three-part series on wilderness ethics and management written in anticipation of the 2020 Adirondack Wilderness Symposium. 

The Symposium and this three-part series will seek to offer a comprehensive, 21st Century consideration of wilderness as a legal concept, an ecological condition and cultural phenomenon. 

Click on the following links to access Part I, What is Wilderness; Part II, For Whom Does Wilderness Exist?; and Part III, Wilderness and a Livable World. 

In addition, Challenged by SuccessNew York's Adirondack Council's 2019-20 State of the Park report, is posted on the Internet at https://www.adirondackcouncil.org/vs-uploads/sop_archive/1567097203_SOP_2019_2.pdf

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