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1. EARTH DAY ONLINE AMC marked the 50th anniversary of Earth Day virtually with an array of online opportunities to celebrate our planet. Throughout April, AMC staff and volunteers hosted weekly lunchtime learning webinars on a variety of conservation topics, and members were encouraged to share their stories from the first Earth Day in 1970, as…

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1. WINDY SCENES In November, AMC released “The Impact of Wind Power Development on High Value Scenic Resources in Maine,” a report—conducted in cooperation with Maine Audubon Society—that reviews how existing and potential wind turbines in Maine affect the scenic view of mountain summits and great ponds.   2. PADDLE AND CAMP Paddlers can now…

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  1. Let’s Come Together AMC’s 144th Annual Summit will take place Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Norwood, Mass. The event celebrates the hardworking volunteers who power AMC’s conservation mission, with a full day of interactive workshops and presentations. Register here. 2. Climate in the…

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1. Northern Pass No More The New Hampshire Supreme Court voted July 19 to uphold the state’s decision not to move forward with the Northern Pass transmission project, which would have carried hydroelectric power from Quebec across New Hampshire for distribution in southern New England. AMC dedicated nearly nine years of staff and volunteer time…

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1. NEW FOR NEW YORK AMC has entered into a new lease agreement with Palisades Interstate Park Commission (PIPC) to renovate and manage Baker Camp, a 92-year-old destination on Lake Sebago, within New York’s Harriman State Park and just 10 miles southwest of the Stephen & Betsy Corman AMC Harriman Outdoor Center. Once completed, the renovated…

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1. SUMMIT HIGH POINTS The 143rd Annual Summit, AMC’s meeting open to all members, welcomed a record 535 attendees on January 26. Some 40 workshops and hands-on tutorials included yoga, backcountry cooking, and learning about AMC’s recent conservation work. Summit also provides a chance to recognize volunteers who demonstrate outstanding passion and commitment to the…

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1. YOP AT 50 AMC’s Youth Opportunities Program (YOP), an initiative that ensures meaningful outdoor experiences for youth, closed out its 50th year with fall celebrations in New York City and Boston. The approximately 200 people who attended YOP’s New York celebration at the Central Park Boat House on September 20 were treated to gorgeous views…

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Why does AMC get involved in conservation policy? For insight, we asked the key players behind one major success story, the Highlands Conservation Act, which protects the water supply of 11 million Americans. This is their oral history. Did you know that members of AMC’s conservation and leadership teams trek to Washington, D.C., every year,…

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Momentous “once-in-a-century” move paves way for nation’s oldest outdoor recreation and conservation organization’s next 100 years  Boston, Mass. – The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) has officially moved into its new organizational headquarters at 10 City Square in Boston’s historic Charlestown neighborhood, positioning the outdoor recreation and conservation nonprofit to better support its staff, cultivate expanded…

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BOSTON, Mass.– The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) applauded nine Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors Aug. 23 for setting ambitious air pollution reduction goals in a plan to extend the successful Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).  This regional action to address climate change is refreshing news in the face of eroding national protections for public health and…

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