Conservation

The Appalachian Mountain Club joined five other New Hampshire-based conservation organizations recently in submitting a letter to the Coos County Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment expressing “deep concerns” regarding a proposal by the Mount Washington Cog Railway to construct a hotel in the alpine zone on Mount Washington. The letter, signed by representatives…

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In 2012, the Connecticut River Watershed, which shares a boundary with the Silvio O. Conte U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge (Conte Refuge), was designated as a National Blueway. This designation has brought increased attention to the watershed and helped shine a spotlight on the awesome work that’s been happening in the refuge for decades. Tremendous…

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This fall, we asked you to join us in calling on Congress to #FinishTheBusiness as pressing conservation issues remained unaddressed while the clock ticked down the days until a new President and a new Congress took office. After the election in November, Congress returned to their offices on Capitol Hill and our campaign kicked into high…

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With his nomination of Scott Pruitt to run the Environmental Protection Agency, President-elect Trump has confirmed some of our worst fears. The EPA’s mission is to protect human health and the environment—work that is critical to hiker health and to the mountains, rivers, and forests central to AMC’s mission.  Scott Pruitt’s track record as a…

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The months of November and December are active for the NH Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) Northern Pass permitting process, in that interveners must file their testimony with the SEC by December 30th.  With close to 150 intervening parties (the vast majority of which are opposing the project as proposed), this makes for a deluge of…

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In the White Mountains, we have a lot of trails…a lot. There are over 1,200 miles of non-motorized trails on the White Mountain National Forest alone. Include non-motorized trail networks that lie on State managed land in the White Mountain Region, that’s about 100 more miles. And with trails come signs; signs to tell you…

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We hope you will stand with us. Your gift – any amount – will make all the difference.    

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There may be lots of changes coming our way when it comes to national clean air and climate policies. On the campaign trail president-elect Trump indicated he will take the U.S. out of the Paris Climate agreement and even repeal the Clean Power Plan that is slated to reduce our nation’s power plant greenhouse gas…

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Congress has until the end of December to pass this critical legislation. Tell them it’s time to #FinishTheBusiness. With the election behind us, one thing hasn’t changed: AMC remains committed to ensuring that the outdoors has a strong voice in Washington D.C., a voice that was heard loud and clear on election day as voters…

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As we go to the polls on November 8, we will have the opportunity to make a lasting difference for the outdoors we all enjoy. We are able to enjoy public lands and access our favorite mountains, forests, and rivers because citizens spoke up for their protection and, in most cases, elected representatives took action….

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