At Home in the Adirondacks 2021 Articles in this Issue Farm-to-Pump Luke McNally Farmer Dillon Klepetar scratched his head through a wool cap, holding an oversized wrench in his other hand. He’d bee... Read More Wild Work Leigh Hornbeck Farmer Lissa Goldstein likes her produce to be pretty—red radishes free of any trace of the soil that cradled them; g... Read More Power to the People David Sommerstein Emmett and Ethan Smith are on a mission to change the way you think about the electricity that powers your house—to t... Read More Fungus Among Us Elizabeth Folwell Passing through a forest it’s easy to focus on the familiar, the exceptional. Is that deafening teacher, teacher call... Read More Shopping for the Apocalypse Paul Greenberg For the last week I’ve been in the Adirondacks, not visiting my new land. My land is just a couple miles up a hill fr... Read More Three Beautiful, and Environmentally Friendly, Adirondack Houses Lisa Bramen For Mike and Marci Phinney, the lake house they built in Hague isn’t just their dream home, it’s a showcase of the ki... Read More On Newsstands Now June 2022 Exploring bike trails, Great Camps, and springtime woods & waters—plus peregrine falcons, watercolors by James Prosek and a murder in Hope Falls. Adirondack Life Magazine Subscribe Today! Latest Articles What I Found—and Didn’t—While Hiking the Saranac Six By Bret Yager The Story Behind a Memorial Carved into a Tree Along the Hudson By Peter Benoit It’s Peregrine Falcon Nesting Season. Here’s What’s Happening on Adirondack Cliffs By Lisa W. Foderaro Short and Sweet By Lisa Plumley Mintz Triple Dipping By Lisa Bramen Search Search for: Follow Us FollowFollowFollow Adirondack Life Store for calendars, apparel, maps and more!