Food from small-scale family farms is often more expensive than food at chain grocery stores, putting it out of reach for many Adirondack families. It is also more sustainable, ethical, and better for our local economy. We are working towards a future in which Adirondack farmers can feed the region and local families can afford to buy local food by providing a 30% discount on farm fresh products for qualifying families.
Projects for the Adirondacks
We have nine active projects that have three things in common: they address unmet needs, promote vibrant communities, and preserve the character of the Adirondacks.
Become a Member
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.
The general public can now order an evolved version of the Emergency Food Packages on The Hub on the Hill’s website. What was an Emergency
Keeseville, the focus of one of our community revitalization projects, is currently undergoing something of a transformation. Both the Farmacy project and the annual AdkAction Keeseville Plein Air Festival play a vital role in the community’s ongoing revitalization efforts. Like so many events planned for 2020, the Keeseville Plein Air
By John Culpepper, Katie Culpepper, and Jennifer Perry, project leads, AdkAction Compost for Good The Adirondack Park is rooted in the idea that it is critical to preserve wilderness and conserve natural resources, while also allowing people to live and
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We have a vision to empower people in the Adirondacks – both seasonal and year-round – to create opportunities to help neighbors and leave the Adirondack Park better than we found it. Visit our blog to learn more about our work.
Meet Our Team
Brittany Christenson is a community organizer who is passionate about art, local food, and sustainability.
Kristina believes that the Adirondack Park’s balance between the interests of the environment and people is a situation that presents unique challenges and opportunities for both.
Theresa is dedicating her passion for the Adirondacks, its people and natural environment, through AdkAction as the group continues to address issues that are important to this region.
Tom retired in 2002 as a Captain in the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps after over 30 years of service.
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Support our work by making a donation to one of our projects or to our general operating budget.