Local food has innumerable benefits, yet not everyone has easy access in our communities. The Farmacy Project works to make local food easier to find, buy, and eat, even when other grocery options are not available.
Road Salt pollution is threatening Adirondack waters. Studies now show that Adirondack lakes and streams near roads are contaminated and drinking water wells are becoming contaminated at an alarming rate.
Reviving the Saranac Lake River Walk area is a critical component of community revitalization in Saranac Lake. We are working to bring back the Whitewater Park to create education and recreation opportunities.
Properties in the Adirondacks are unique and range from off-the-grid to great camp luxury. Over the years, we’ve hosted 4 conferences for property assessors to ensure that everyone gets a fair, consistent, and reliable assessment.
Experts have concluded that early childhood education, from birth to three years old, changes life outcomes dramatically. We were involved in the early stages of helping to form the Birth 2 Three Alliance in the Adirondacks.
Our community revitalization project encompasses many different types of efforts, from sponsoring community planners to make recommendations to town officials, to planning arts and culture events to bring people together.