Where We Work
Many of the Northeast's best landscapes are threatened. Join us in protecting these areas for future generations:
The Northern Forest — These 26 million acres spread across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York represent the largest contiguous forest in the East.
The Mahoosucs Region — This ecologically and recreationally significant area straddles the New Hampshire-Maine border.
The White Mountain National Forest — Almost 800,000 acres in New Hampshire and Maine are home to the largest alpine area in the Eastern U.S., important wildlife habitat, and remote and spectacular backcountry.
Bay Circuit Trail & Greenway — This 200-mile trail and greenway is a vital walking, hiking and biking resource for the 4 million people in the Greater Boston area.
Southern New England — Nearly 300,000 acres of mountains, forests, beaches, and marshes provide home to diverse wildflowers, birds, reptiles, mammals, and even old-growth forests. Over 120 miles of the New England Trail running through Southern New England is maintained by AMC volunteers.
The Mid-Atlantic Highlands Region — This vital forested greenbelt sweeps across the sprawling metro regions of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.