May 4/ taped broadcast interview/ “The Capitol Pressroom”/ archived at

May 13, 7pm/ online conversation with Brad and Brandon Loomis, audience Q&A/ Adirondack Explorer/ audio archived at


Date TBA, 7pm/ free online conversation with “Capital Tonight” host Susan Arbetter, broadcast on Spectrum News/ archived at

June 9, 6pm/ free online conversation with Rob Chiles of New York State Museum, followed by audience Q&A/ at site of Northshire Books, pre-registration required (click here)

June 14, 7pm/ free online 30 minute presentation plus Q&A/ at site of Irish-American Heritage Museum, Albany/

June 19, 1 to 2:30 pm, Blue Mountain Lake, NY/ in-person conversation with Adirondack historian Phil Terrie, followed by Q&A and book signing at Adirondack Experience Museum/ registration required, paid admission to museum required for non-members (click here)

June 22, 9:30 am to 5:30 pm/ free symposium, “APA@50,” keynotes by Richard Booth, Elizabeth Vidon, and Frank Popper, in discussion with Bill Kissel, Peter Paine, Bill McKibben, and others/ includes debut of preview for PBS documentary, “A Wild Idea” (see October, below)/ advance registration required (click here)

July 7/ free online conversation with Andrew Zepp, Executive Director of The Finger Lakes Land Trust/ at site of Buffalo Street Books, Ithaca/

July 8/ free online conversation with Jim Hotaling, director of local government services for Adirondack Park Agency, 1975-2003/ at site of Historic Saranac Lake/

July 13, Whallonsburg NY/ in-person presentation followed by Q&A, book signing/ Whallonsburg Grange lecture series/

August 3/ free online presentation at site of Bookstore Plus, Lake Placid NY/

August 5, 4pm/ free online presentation at site of Preservation League of New York State/

August 9, TBA/presentation to Keene Valley Library, Keene Valley, NY/

August 10, Long Lake, NY, 7 to 9pm/ in-person book signing and Q&A at Hoss’s Country Corner/

September 14, Old Forge, NY/ in-person presentation at Old Forge Library/

October 13, Rochester, NY/ in-person presentation at monthly meeting of Adirondack Mountain Club Genesee Chapter/