Adirondack Almanack Celebrates Four Years

Our friends over at Adirondack Almanack are celebrating their 4th year. Begun in the spring of 2005, the Almanack has grown to be a popular online journal of news and opinion, addressing local politics and culture, history, regional development, outdoor recreation, the environment and other issues for the Adirondack region.    Adirondack Almanack is the longest running blog about life inside the Blue Line and has become a resource for  Adirondackers and those outside the park who want to stay current on Adirondack news and events. The site attracts about 1,000 readers each day and has been growing steadily.

Adirondack Almanack’s content expanded with the February 2009 addition of two contributors who joined founder John Warren in writing daily posts.   The Almanack aggregates daily the most interesting news from around the park as well as articles from outside the Blue Line that affect life here. It’s a good jumping-off place on the Web for all things Adirondack.  Check out the new expanded Adirondack Almanack.


April 14th, 2009 | Tags: Adirondack Park, Adirondacks | Category: Adirondacks

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