Fostering adirondack community
Community is the heart of the Adirondack Flag and its mission. We created the flag so we could publicly declare our love for and support of the park. And no surprise, the best part about it has been sharing that love with others.
The Adirondack flag helps us identify and belong to the huge group of people who feel the same way about the park.
Our commitment to the people and wilderness of Adirondacks is the core of the Adirondack Flag's mission. Our 10% to Thrive commitment ensures that your support of our community will support the greater Adirondack community too.
Have ideas for how we can support your community and a thriving Adirondack Park?
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The Adirondacks: We are Part of Each Other
We are logger, storekeeper, balsam, hemlock, miner, minister, bear and beaver. Farmer, guide, otter, apple tree. Skier, doctor, mother, father, bus driver, owl. Hawk, vulture, chickadee. Skinny striped maple, straight-grained ash, lift operator, school teacher, student. We are lichen after rain, blackfly, wood duck, laugh-haunted loon. Brook trout, brown trout, uncle, aunt, peeling birch. Ranger, writer, painter, musician, scientist, waitress, sugar maple, mink, and marten. Coyote baying at December sunset, deer disappearing over scraper bank. Road crew, coach, midwife, fireman, boat-builder. Cattail, pickerel, waterlily, fern. White pine, red pine, wintergreen, raven. Husband, wife, mate, child, litter, pup, fawn, kit, hatch. Alive, here, in the same place at the same time. Part of each other.