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By Alex Sabido and Ryan May, AMC/NH JAG Crew Leaders Over four weeks this summer, the Berlin, NH Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) students worked together with the Appalachian Mountain Club, reconstructing trails and accomplishing a variety of goals. JAG is a high school program that provides opportunities and job experiences for students to further…

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Whether it’s a hike or a poem, there’s no end to the ways one can experience the natural world, and this summer, many of these experiences can be found through the New England Trail’s (NET) artist-in-residence program. The summer started off with a sensory walk program at Mount Tom State Reservation, led by artist Bibi…

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You read the sign but think, “Oh, it’s just one little piece of garbage, no one will notice.” You crumple up your trash and toss it down the privy. Too gross to hike out. Walk away. Out of sight and out of mind. No longer my problem. But it’s someone’s problem. We find it. We sort…

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What better way to get a feel for what it’s like to be part of an AMC Teen Trail Crew than through the eyes of a participant? Recent White Mountain Two-Week Spike Crew volunteer Tim Berger shared this collection of photos with us, and not only are they excellent, we think they speak volumes about the Teen…

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“It was the best week I’ve ever spent. I had fun and learned so much from these new experiences.” – Matthew F. “This experience made me a better person through hard work.” – Kahlil L. A week working out in the woods certainly left a mark on the Bay Circuit Trail Volunteer Program’s first teen…

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  It’s finally here! After spending four whole weeks training our Crew Leaders for the upcoming season, volunteers are arriving! Sunday night volunteers arrived at our two facilities, Noble View AMC Outdoor Center in Russell and the Kellogg Conservation Center in South Egremont. The Noble View Basecamp is working on completing a re alignment of…

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NY/NJ Trails Volunteer Projects Coordinator Cara Davenport sends us this report from AMC’s mid-Atlantic volunteer trails program: On Saturday, June 17th at the AMC Mohican Outdoor Center, a group of volunteers arrived to participate in a trails stewardship event sponsored by REI and supported by NPS, New York – New Jersey Trail Conference, and AMC…

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Where better to start a hike than at the beginning? This summer, those hiking section one of the New England National Scenic Trail (NET) in Massachusetts will experience the newly constructed boardwalk at Rising Corner Road in Southwick, where they will also have the opportunity to view the newly placed memorial to Pat Fletcher.

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Get out, get dirty, and give back this Saturday, June 3rd at the Highland Center in Crawford Notch as we celebrate National Trails Day! AMC staff crew leaders will work with groups of volunteers to accomplish a variety of trail projects within hiking distance of the Highland Center. Projects range in difficulty, and all are…

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AMC will be performing trail rehab, repair and other trail reconstruction efforts on the Lonesome Lake Trail from Monday, June 12 through Friday, July 28, 2017. During this time the section of the Lonesome Lake Trail between the Hi-Cannon Trail junction and the Dodge Cut-Off will be closed to public access. (See map for detail.)…

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