Great Outdoors

By Michele Reed

    Bill Clark's office is decorated with Adirondack twig furniture, an old backpack and a rustic signpost. The green rug sports a motif of pine cones. An Adirondack park poster and duck stamp art adorn the walls. It's all in keeping with his philosophy that... [Subscriber-only content]

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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 43

Issue 43
August/September 1999

Cover Story

  • Oswego Cranberry
  • Oswego Cranberry Co. Plans to Become One of the Largest Agribusinesses in Upstate New York


Christine Gray

Success Stories

Great Outdoors

My Turn

Estate Planning vs. Fly Fishing



Starting Up


Economic Trends

CAIP Program Can Eliminate Guarantee Fees

Last Page

Pulaski Cherishes Tourism Dollars