- March 11, 2014: Conservancy making available $500,000 for grants to help host communities in the Adirondacks capitalize on new outdoor recreation opportunities associated with conserved lands
- September 18, 2013: New York Times - "As Adirondack Reserve Grows"
- July 22, 2013: Cuomo Promotes Adirondacks by Taking Bloomberg on a Wet Ride
- April 23, 2013: Governor Cuomo Announces State Closes on Second Phase of Former Finch Land Acquisition in The Adirondacks
- September 24, 2012: New York State Gov. Cuomo Showcases Adirondacks and the State’s Plans for Acquiring 69,000 acres from The Nature Conservancy
- August 5, 2012: New York State and The Nature Conservancy finalize agreement to conserve 69,000 acres in the Adirondacks
As we work to complete this exciting conservation effort in the Adirondacks, you’ll want to track our progress and plan for future explorations. Learn more about the new public lands that you can visit
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