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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Ecological Stewardship Presentation at Annual Conference on the Adirondacks

(L-R) Michael Klemens; Dave Gibson, Adirondack Wild; Michale Glennon, WCS;
Fred Monroe, AP Local Government Review Board; and, Bill Farber, Chair,
Hamilton County Board of Supervisors.
Michael Klemens, a conservation biologist, will discuss his research on how to design human development in the Adirondack Park to avoid forest/farm fragmentation and big ecological impacts at the 25th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks.  A panel will follow his presentation to discuss the legislative bill to mandate Conservation Subdivision Design at the APA and local grassroots efforts in the region to improve ecological site planning of development. 

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