NEWSLETTER

Spring 2017

The weekend of July 28-30, 2017 will see the celebration of the Centennial (1917-2017) of the restored Poke-O-Moonshine fire tower as well as the 20th Anniversary (1997-2017) of The Friends of Poke-O- Moonshine, which, as you... 
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Fall 2016

Spring 2016

“Sum(m)it up for Poke-O”, the campaign to save the Ranger Trail, is going better than we ever imagined possible.
Community, hiking club, and foundation support has been astoundingly strong. Because DEC does not have the ...
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“Sum(m)it up for Poke-O”, the campaign to save the Ranger Trail, is going better than we ever imagined possible.
Community, hiking club, and foundation support has been astoundingly strong. Because DEC does not have the ...
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Spring 2015

Fall 2015

“Sum(m)it up for Poke-O”, the campaign to save the Ranger Trail is going better than we ever imagined possible!
Community, hiking club, and foundation support has been strong. In 2011 the Department of Environmental ...
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“Sum(m)it up for Poke-O”, the campaign to save the Ranger Trail is going better than we ever imagined possible!
Community, hiking club, and foundation support has been astoundingly strong. Because DEC does not have the ...
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Fall 2014

Spring 2014

When we announced the Sum(m)it Up For Poke-O Campaign, a year ago, we had discussed its pros and cons over the prior year. We were unsure of the potential community response. We asked the Adirondack ...
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In 2011, the Department of Environmental Conservation prepared a Unit Management Plan for the Taylor Pond Wild
Forest, of which Poke-O-Moonshine is a part. One of its proposals considers closing the original Ranger Trail from ...
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