The Adirondack Council is applauding a lot of wins on the state level for the Adirondack Park, but also raising concerns about federal actions.

The victories in this year's State of the Park Report include the removal of oil train cars and the Boreas Pond tract being added to the High Peaks Wilderness area.

But overcrowding remains a big issue, and so does the future of the Clean Air Act.

John Sheehan is the Council's Director of Communications, he explains further.