Our innovative projects address unmet needs, promote vibrant communities, and preserve the natural beauty of the Adirondacks for all.
Annual or cumulative progress indicators can be found on our project pages.
On January 24, AdkAction Executive Director Sawyer Bailey testified at the NY State Legislature Joint Budget Hearing on Transportation. She shared some of the negative impacts overuse of road salt
The 6th annual Food Justice Summit for the Adirondacks will take place on Thursday February 29th at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake, NY. Individuals from all twelve counties of the Adirondack Park will gather at this event to discuss pressing topics related to equitable food systems. Its purpose is
Each year, Americans discard 120 billion pounds of food scraps. That’s 325 pounds per person, or about 40% of the total waste stream. Packed into landfills, these food scraps generate greenhouse gasses as they slowly decompose. The same food scraps,
Meet Our Team
Sawyer joins AdkAction with significant experience and expertise in local food systems and access in rural communities, environmental justice, community engagement, land conservation, and working with organizations and communities across the Adirondack Park.
Kristina relocated to the Adirondacks after falling in love with the region’s natural beauty. She is passionate about environmental conservation, and believes that the Adirondack Park’s balance between nature and human communities is a situation that presents unique challenges and opportunities for both.
Steve has a BA in political science from the University of North Texas, and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University.
Elizabeth grew up in Syracuse, New York, and spent many summers with family and friends around the Adirondack Park. Like many others, she kept getting called back to the mountains
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Members are the lifeblood of AdkAction, generating ideas, inspiration, passion, and financial support to make our projects possible. Members pay annual fees that keep our work going, and in return, receive the pride of taking action to improve the Adirondacks for future generations.
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