What's Up North

  • Makerspace Movement in the Adirondack North Country
    November 15, 2016
    Jacob Vennie-Vollrath, Regional Advocacy Coordinator
    Nearly 70 makers, hackers, DIYers, business owners, public officials, and community members came together to explore the idea of rural communities of making and what that could look like in the region at Pendragon Theatre on November 9th. Makerspaces and hackerspaces have been the center of attention in business, political, and academic research circles in recent years for their ability to both build community and incubate the creation of small businesses by reducing startup costs and barriers...Read more



  • VIDEO: A Day in the Life of an Adirondack North Country Farmer
    October 5, 2016
    Jacob Vennie-Vollrath, Regional Advocacy Coordinator
    The Adirondack North Country is home to a number of passionate small farmers who work under the region's unique and challenging conditions to make a living doing what they love. ANCA and Josh Clement Productions created a short film highlighting a day in the life of Sugar House Creamery in Upper Jay, New York.Read more



  • Bike'n the Barns
    September 10, 2016
    Audrey Schwartzberg, Communications Associate
    I’m on my trusty touring bike, hauling my 5-year-old in the Burly buggy. She’d rather be pedaling her big-girl bike, but she’ll have to be content admiring the view from the trailer. My husband and son are up ahead pedaling [almost] in tandem with their bicycle/tag-along combo. Grandpop is joining us for the day, and Grandma with her new recumbent bike. We are ready to ride! I don’t know what you’re doing on September 24, but we are going to move this outfit over to Mace Chasm Farm in...Read more



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