Using Policy and Preservation to Foster an Adirondacks for All

  • This Event has passed.

Using Policy and Preservation to Foster an Adirondacks for All

This is a virtual event to take place on Zoom. During this final roundtable discussion in the “Adirondacks for All” week-long symposium, Aaron Mair will engage state representatives and Adirondack stakeholders in a conversation that touches on the past, present, and future of the Adirondacks. Mair is currently leading the Adirondack Council’s “Forever Adirondacks” campaign and formerly served as the first African-American president of the Sierra Club. Mair’s passion for stewardship, preservation, and environmental justice has put him at the center of efforts to memorialize the region’s African-American history and establish the Timbuctoo Summer Climate and Careers Institute which will connect New York City youth with educational programs and green job training based in the Adirondacks. Mair will address these and other projects designed to protect Adirondacks land and water while encouraging diversity, equity, and economic opportunity. Register here:

Date: November 4, 2022Time: 7:00 pm-8:00 pm Venue: Adirondack Experience Location: 9097 Route 30 Blue Mountain Lake, Venue Google Map Link: + Google Map Venue Phone: 518-352-7311 Venue Website: View Venue WebsiteCategory: Lectures

Google Calendar

Ical Export

On Newsstands Now

December 2022

’Tis the Season! Adirondack holiday traditions, plus wildlife photography, forest-inspired decor, late-season mountain biking trails, backwoods misadventures and more.

Adirondack Life Magazine

Subscribe Today!

Latest Articles


Follow Us

Adirondack Life Store

for calendars, apparel, maps and more!