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Make a Splash: Tips for Invasive Species Prevention & Management
Summer is ramping up, allowing for ample opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you like to camp, swim, ...
March is Maple Syrup Season throughout the State
Check out a stand of maple trees, known as a sugarbush, in early March in Upstate New York, and you’ll likely find ...
Hit the Trails and Go Snowmobiling in Upstate New York
Winter in Upstate New York is a popular season for many outdoor enthusiasts. Skiing, snowboarding, and skating have plenty ...
Congratulations to the Kasoag Trailblazers for 50 Years of Snowmobiling
In 1974 Evelyn and Stew Pappas founded the Kasoag Trailblazers at the Kasoag Lake Tavern, now owned by Jill and Jay Bergin. ...
St Lawrence County has Four Seasons of Waterfall Hiking
Across St. Lawrence County —the biggest county in New York State—are gorgeous waterfalls that for 200 years ...
To Stop Invasive Species, Burn Firewood near Where You Buy It !
What's the Issue? October is Firewood Month! Did you know that invasive forest pests and diseases often use firewood ...
Enjoy Upstate New York’s Fall Foliage by Boat, Train, or Car
With the leaves changing, fall is the perfect time to get out and explore the tons of trails that Upstate New York has to ...
Explore Spooky Sites Along Upstate New York’s Haunted History Trail
Spooky season is upon us, and what better way to get in the spirit of Halloween than by exploring some of Upstate New York’s ...
The Adirondacks Celebrate Jazz, Moose, and Oktoberfest
The Adirondack region of Upstate New York is brimming with things to see and do year-round, but as the fall foliage begins ...
Explore Fall-Themed Festivals Throughout Upstate New York
As summer fades to fall and the leaves begin to turn, a new season of fun and flavor comes to Upstate New York. There ...
Ride Trails from the St. Lawrence River to the Adirondack foothills
ATV OHV trail riding from the banks of the St. Lawrence River to the foothills of the Adirondacks is a popular way to ...
Follow These Actions to Prevent the Spread of Invasive Species
Did you know that you can spread invasive species by boating, taking a hike, gardening, moving firewood, and many other ...
It Takes 3 Minutes to Protect Waterways with Watercraft Stewards
Boaters can visit watercraft stewards for voluntary inspections starting Memorial Day Weekend. Memorial Day is around ...
Discover the famed Alexandria Bay in the Thousand Islands
This summer, explore the Thousand Islands village of Alexandria Bay. Located right on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, ...
Visit Oswego’s Historic Sites and Museums
Oswego is rich in culture, with a variety of museums and historical sites begging to be explored. The area’s maritime ...
Get Ready for Oswego’s HOT Summer Events !
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario, Oswego is a small city with a lot going on. This summer, explore some of the ...
Explore Museums Dedicated to Famous Artists in Upstate NY
You probably know that Upstate New York has plenty of museums to visit. But did you know some of them are dedicated to famous ...
The Making of Maple Syrup is a Sweet Business
Upstate New York is one of the most productive areas in the country for real maple syrup. It’s been a staple since ...

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