Digital Marketing builds success for North Country small businesses and organizations
“We draw people who value the expertise of artisans and the fulfillment you can only earn by achieving something you worked hard for,” Hayden said. “If we can connect the right ‘who’ to the right ‘what’, that’s how we’re able to make an impact.”
Read about how AFS gained digital marketing skills with the help of the Adirondack North Country Association.
AFS Finds an outlet on Route 9
“In April 2021, the vacant storefront behind the Log Jam Restaurant was offered up by the Moore family, who own the Log Jam Outlet Center, to be used by the school for the canoe-making class. Ed Moore, owner of Moore and Co., said the idea was born after taking the canoe class himself.”
Adirondack Folk School finds an outlet on Route 9 | Local | poststar.com
Crafting as a Way of Dealing with the Pandemic
Studies show art and learning a new craft can contribute to well-being, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Adirondack Folk School in Lake Luzerne has seen an uptick over the last two years in people wanting to try their hand at woodworking, fiber arts and blacksmithing. Listen to our interview with Todd Moe at Crafting as a way of dealing with a pandemic | NCPR News (northcountrypublicradio.org)