Our 10% to Thrive Commitment
We are committed to supporting the Park.
We partner with Adirondack focused non-profits to donate a minimum of 10% of all proceeds to a thriving Adirondack Park & community. Our giving is focused on environmental stewardship, economic vitality and educational opportunity.
We are working to ensure that this generation - and three generations from now - will be able to enjoy an Adirondack Park full of life, beauty, wonder and opportunity.
Please join us in supporting a thriving Adirondack Park.
Why an Adirondack Flag?
I love the Adirondacks, much like you, and I wanted to be able to display my Adirondack Pride loud and clear. But, until now, the Adirondacks didn't have a singular iconic image, so, after wishing for one for a decade, I decided to create one!
The shape of the blueline (the outline of the park) is extremely distinctive and takes center stage, making the flag Adirondack specific. The Eastern Pine depicted is the most prolific tree in the Adirondacks. It was inspired by a tree on an anonymous ridge in the southeastern part of the park.
The brown & yellow are the shades of the road, trail and welcome signs found throughout the park. And together, the brown, green & yellow remind me of the great camps, drinking coffee outside a lean-to and looking out from a rocky mountain overlook.
The flag is designed to celebrate the best of the park while being distinctive & iconic enough to be recognized by Adirondack enthusiasts everywhere!