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Adirondack Council urges new wilderness area

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The Adirondack Council has released a proposal for how the state should classify the former Finch Pruyn lands it will be acquiring, including wilderness protection for the land around the Hudson River Gorge and added Wild Forest in Saratoga and Hamilton counties. “We urge the state to protect these soon-to-be-acquired lands, lakes and rivers to safeguard wildlife habitat and water quality and from overuse and motorized traffic,” said Diane Fish, the council’s acting executive director. ...


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