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The American Alpine Club, Appalachian Mountain Club, Colorado Mountain Club, Mazamas, and The Mountaineers join with those speaking out and taking action against racist, sexist, and otherwise derogatory route names, and we welcome the conversation about how best to move forward as a community. Historically in the U.S. climbing community, the opportunity and privilege of…

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Historic Victory as U.S. House of Representatives Votes to Fully, Permanently Fund LWCF and Restore Our Public Lands WASHINGTON – The United States House of Representatives voted to pass legislation to fully and permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and invest in critical repairs within national parks, national forests, and other public…

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I believe every American in a position of leadership has a duty to speak out about the crisis of racism and White violence gripping our country. I made a statement last week that reflects my point of view as a fundamentally optimistic person. Today my optimism remains unchanged, but I’m angrier. It’s the right time…

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There’s the entire history of our country to unpack from the racist violence that’s marked the past few weeks in America. I’m not qualified to do that. But I will say that at a time when the outdoors is for many of us the only refuge, the assault or murder of a jogger, a bird-watcher,…

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The New Hampshire Supreme Court this morning ruled to uphold the state’s decision not to move forward with the Northern Pass transmission project, delivering a final, fatal blow to the proposal first put forward by Eversource in 2010. “After nearly nine long years, we are thrilled to finally see this misconceived, poorly designed, outdated overhead…

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Continued focus needed to ensure full and dedicated funding The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) welcomed passage of legislation this week in Congress to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) as part of a package of bills related to public lands. The public lands package passed the Senate on February 12th with overwhelming…

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UPDATE (August 3) — In March, the Appalachian Mountain Club Board of Directors considered and delayed a decision on the proposed sale of AMC’s Fire Island Cabin in Atlantique, NY. Since that time, the Fire Island Committee has worked with the vice president of operations to develop plans for the cabin with the aim of assessing…

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Join an upcoming presentation and book talk with Garry Harrington, author of Chasing Summits: In Pursuit of High Places and an Unconventional Life published by AMC. December 30: White Mountains, NH – AMC Highland Center at 7:30 p.m. (Free and open to the public.) December 31: White Mountains, NH – AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor Center…

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The Appalachian Mountain Club and colleague organizations on September 14, 2015, issued a request to the U.S. Department of Energy for a supplement to the Northern Pass Draft Environmental Impact Statement in light of a recent announcement by Eversource NH and Northern Pass of a new “Preferred Alternative” for the route of the electric transmission…

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Attend a public information session to learn about the Silvio O. Conte U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge’s Comprehensive Conservation Plan. More information here.

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