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Brunswick, ME – The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) is deeply concerned about a move this week by President Trump to significantly shrink two national monuments. Further recommendations by the U.S. Department of the Interior to shrink two more national monuments, and greatly modify several others, are also troubling. AMC opposes rescinding, shrinking, or otherwise diminishing…

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Boston, MA – The Appalachian Mountain Club is deeply concerned about today’s precedent-setting announcement from President Trump that he is unilaterally slashing the size of two National Monuments in Utah. While today’s announcement is focused on Utah, it raises serious concerns for National Monuments across the country. AMC opposes rescinding, shrinking, or otherwise diminishing the…

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Despite Department of Energy Permit Approval, Application Deficiencies Continue to Slow Project Review and Cast Final Project Approval in Doubt Boston, MA – On November 16, 2017, the Department of Energy issued a Presidential Permit for the Northern Pass transmission project, an action required by the project’s proposed crossing of the Canadian border. The Presidential…

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Appalachian Mountain Club Books is pleased to announce the release of Blazing Ahead: Benton MacKaye, Myron Avery, and the Rivalry That Built the Appalachian Trail By Jeffrey H. Ryan $18.95 Paperback • 304 pp • 6″x 9″ 978-1-62842-063-0 The Appalachian Trail is one of America’s most revered resources, a path of near-mythic proportions combining rugged…

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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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CRAWFORD NOTCH, N.H.- – The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Highland Center at Crawford Notch is the setting for the exhibition, “The Painted Sketch: Crawford Notch,” by artist, Michael E. Vermette, which is set to be on display from Sept. 1–Oct. 29, in the Mt. Willard Dining Room. The exhibit features Vermette’s contemporary painted sketches created in…

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Appalachian Mountain Club Books is pleased to announce the release of AMC’s Real Trail Meals: Wholesome Recipes for the Backcountry. By Ethan and Sarah Hipple $18.95 (Print) • $9.99 (e-book) Paperback • 288 pp • 6″x 9″ 978-1-628420-60-9 (Print) 978-1-628420-61-6 (iBooks and Nook) 978-1-628420-62-3 (Kindle) Tired of ending a day on the trail with packaged…

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Appalachian Mountain Club Books is pleased to announce the release of White Mountain Guide, 30th Edition. Compiled and Edited by Steven D. Smith $24.95 Paperback • 656 pp • 5″x 7″ 978-1-934028-85-8 Boxed set with 3 pull-out double-sided maps Now in print for 110 years, AMC’s comprehensive White Mountain Guide remains hikers’ most trusted resource…

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Aug. 2 withdrew its decision to delay the 2015 ozone standards amid legal challenges from environmental and public health groups and 16 states.  The move indicates there was no basis for the delay, according to Georgia Murray, staff scientist with the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC). AMC was among the…

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