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Scholarly & Professional Publications

SCHOLARLY & PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS,
PRESENTATIONS, & WORKS CITED


Publications

“Adirondack Gateway Sustainable Development Plan", 2013-2015

  • “Fair Housing Equity Assessment”
  • “Integrated Housing & Transportation Analysis”
  • Adirondack Gateway Council, Inc. Glens Falls, NY.
 

"External Reviewer.  Loyola University-Chicago, Institute of Environmental Sustainability", 2014

  • 5-Year Combined Bachelor’s and Master’s Program
 

“Phase 1: Boquet River Watershed Management Plan”, 2014

  • Town of Westport, New York 
  • Boquet River Association, Elizabethtown, NY.
 

“Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park:  The Legal and Ethical Landscape of Sacred Space”, 2014

  • Abstract Accepted by the IPSA 2014 Montreal, Closed Conference Panel
  • Environmental Activism and Policy in New York
 

“Equity, Discourse, and Action: An Inflective Paradigm Linking Land Use Planning, Participation, and Natural Science.  A Case Study in Town-Level Land Use Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park”, 2013-2014

  • Research in Social Problems and Public Policy (RSPPP) Volume 21.  2014
  • Gedenkschrift in Honor of William R. Freudenburg, A Life in Social Research
 

“Participatory Planning For a Promised Land:  Citizen-Led, Comprehensive Land Use Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park”, 2013-2014

  • Rural Society. Exploring the Human-Environment Connection: Rurality, Ecology and Social Well-being.
  • Rural Society, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2014: 133-150.
 

“Central Champlain Valley Outdoor Education Action Plan”, 2012

 

“First Wilderness Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan”, 2012

 

“Town of Willsboro Comprehensive Land Use and Action Plan”, 2012

 

“At the Tipping Point: Private Land Use Planning in the Adirondacks”, 2011

 
 

“Village of Margaretville Comprehensive Land Use and Action Plan”, 2009

 

“Northern Forest Sustainable Economy Initiative:  “Agricultural Sector Analysis & Best Practices Database” & “Creative Economy Sector Analysis & Best Practices Database”, 2008

  • North Country Council and Northern Forest Center, Concord, NH
  • Best management practice databases accompany both analyses and will be available in early 2009 on line. 
  • The Agriculture and Creative Economy reports, as well are other resources are available online at:  http://www.northernforest.org/sei-documents-research.shtml
 

“Theory and practice meet on Main Street:  The Comprehensive Plan, Civics and Land Preservation in the Northern Forest Region of the United States”, 2008.

  • Antioch University New England, Keene, NH.  Integrated Essay
 

“Getting Smart: Smart Growth, Energy Efficiency and Public Facilities”, 2008

 

“Innovation Economy Comes to Eight Towns: The GCT Process and the Triple Bottom Line”, 2008

  • http://www.yellowwood.org/21-25%20Innovation%20Economy%20ICMA.pdf
  • The Yankee Planner, American Planning Association, Northern New England Chapter, July 2008. 
  • Environmental Planning Journal, American Planning Association, Environment, Natural Resources and Energy Division, Vol. 19 No. 2, Winter, 2008
  • ICMA Public Management Magazine.  Washington, D.C. August 2007.  Volume 89, Number 7.
  • ICMA.org/pm.
  • Empire State Magazine.  New York.  July/August 2007. 
  • Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies.  Winter 2007-2008.  Vol.14. No. 2.

 

Strategic Options: New York and Vermont:  Analysis and Evaluation of Strategic Options and Opportunities for Sustainable Development”, 2007

 

“New York and Vermont Literature Review, Index of Related Studies for the Northern Forest Sustainable Economy Initiative”, 2007

  • Northern Forest Center, Concord, NH
 

“Environmental History of the Central Adirondack Trail”, 2006

  • Antioch University New England, Keene, NH
 

“Let the People Judge: Wise Use and the Private Property Rights Movement”, 2006

  • Antioch University New England, Keene, NH
 

“Corridor Management Plan for the Central Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway”, 2005

 

“The Caerlaverock Experience: The Report of the North America/United Kingdom Countryside Exchange Team” , 2004

  • Scottish Natural Heritage, Dumfries, Scotland, UK
 

“The Greening of Community Infrastructure:   A Match Made in Heaven”, 2004 

  • Talk of the Town Topics.  Volume 18.  No. 2. 
  • Association of Towns of the State of New York.  Albany, NY
 

“All Roads Lead to Keeseville: A Thoroughly Awake Little Village”, 1999

  • Adirondack Research Consortium, Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies, Volume 6.  No. 1 Spring/Summer 1999
 

“People and Their Influence on Settlement in the Champlain Valley Region of New York State”, 1998

  • U.S. National Park Service, Boston Support Office, Boston, MA 
 

“Community Based Approaches:  Bringing Business to Town”, 1990

  • Friends of the North Country, Keeseville, NY

Presentations

“The Legal and Ethical Landscape of Sacred Space: Participatory Planning For a Promised Land: Citizen-Led, Comprehensive Land Use Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park”, 2012

  • Interdisciplinary Scholarship in Land Use and Ethics
  • SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Northern Forest Institute Symposium program
  • Session topic: Innovative Models of Community Planning for Towns and Intentional Communities
  • Newcomb, N.Y. June 1 – 3, 2012

“Participatory Planning for a Promised Land: Citizen-led, Comprehensive Land Use Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park”, 2011    

“Participatory Planning for a Promised Land: Citizen-led, Comprehensive Land Use Planning in New York’s Adirondack Park”, 2010

“Tales of the Adirondacks: Cooperation and Conflict in Protected Area Land Management”, 2011

  • Symposia Chair and Presenter, Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences
  • 2011 Annual Meeting, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
  • Friday, June 24, 2011. 

Works Cited

“Hamlets of the Adirondacks”

  • Adirondack Park Agency Hamlet Revitalization Program, 1978 

“Hamlets of the Adirondacks II”

  • Adirondack Park Agency Hamlet Revitalization Program, 1978 

“A Walk Through Historic Keeseville”

  • L. Manchester
  • Lake Placid News, 2004 

“Working Toward Sustainable Economic Development and Resource Conservation in the Adirondack Park”

  • S. Trombulak and students
  • Middlebury College Environmental Studies Program, 1992

“International Concepts in Protected Landscapes”

  • Quebec Labrador Foundation and the Atlantic Center for the Environment, 1999
  • Conservation Study Institute

“New York Profiting from Preservation”

  • Preservation League of New York State, 2001