Outdoors: Access to Boreas Ponds in doubt; hearing upcoming (2016) – By Bill Conners
This article provides perspective on an important access issue in the Adirondacks.
Visit www.accessadk.com for further information.
Your help needed to gain access for all in the Adirondacks! This article (2016) was written by Steve LaMere, NYSCC’s Region 5 Director and Environmental Policy Analyst.
Steve’s article defines the need for the Council’s membership, and all sportsmen, to actively become involved in the fight for Real Access NOW! The article identifies how to support a petition drive, gives information on upcoming public meetings, and tells how we can all submit comments on the future use of the Boreas Ponds Tract.
The New York State Conservation Council has been identified by Access The Adirondacks as a key element to help ensure success in this endeavor. We all need to do our part to fight for Real Access; visit www.accessadk.com. -Chuck Parker, President NYSCC, Inc.
Steve LaMere’s letter published 10/20/2016 (accessadk.com updated regularly – check back often).
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The NYSCC appreciates the opportunity to tell its side of the story regarding hunting and wildlife management. Click here to view the video.