Adirondack Research is an environmental and ecological consulting firm that works within forest, aquatic, and agricultural landscapes to promote healthy ecosystems. Our research focus is on invasive species and climate-change.

Adirondack Research is based in Saranac Lake, NY. We contract with state, private, and nonprofit entities. Please view our services  and  contact us  if you have any questions.

 


Browse some of our projects:

Emerald Ash Borer Pheromone Trials

Adirondack Research is testing trap designs for the United States Department of Agriculture in north
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Phenology Trail at National Sports Academy

Adirondack Research received funding from the Northern New York Audubon to create a phenology trail
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Investigating Climate Change on Forest Insects

We investigate the effects of climate change on insect-plant phenology and chemistry
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Monitoring Climate Change in the Adirondacks

We are monitoring at Intervale Lowlands Preserve as the climate changes
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Informing Invasive Species Regulation

We help the NYS DEC determine which non-native species are "invasive"
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Testing Asian Longhorned Beetle Pheromones

We test pheromone blends for increased monitoring effectiveness
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