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The campaign to #FundLWCF is in full swing, and there is good news on Capitol Hill. There are bills in both the House and the Senate to provide full, dedicated funding to the Land and Water Conservation Fund at the promised level of $900 million. The bills have wide and bipartisan support. The Senate and…

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Trail Volunteer opportunities

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Where to Volunteer Volunteer Naturalists White Mountain Huts Medawisla Lodge   Program Volunteers and Evening Speakers Highland Outdoor Center Pinkham Notch Visitor Center Volunteer Alpine Stewards White Mountain Huts Pinkham Notch Visitor Center     Volunteer-led  Camps & Cabins View all Volunteer Managed facilities here   Information Volunteers Mohican Outdoor Center Cardigan Lodge Pinkham Notch…

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How to Apply The Appalachian Mountain Club is pleased to offer a number of volunteer opportunities at many of our front and backcountry huts &lodges in the Northeast. Our goal is to enhance the public’s experience by offering the extra attention volunteers can provide at AMC’s busiest destinations. Information Volunteers serve by answering questions about…

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Year-Round Volunteer and Summer/Fall Volunteer Dates Available Information Volunteers, Evening Speakers, and Program Volunteers at Highland Center and Pinkham Notch Visitor Center Summer/Fall Volunteer Dates Available Volunteer Naturalists at Backcountry Huts and Medawisla Lodge Alpine Stewards on Franconia Ridge and Mount Washington Volunteer-led Camps & Cabins Evening Speakers at Cardigan Lodge Information Volunteers at Cardigan…

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AMC’s Adopt-a-Trail Program AMC’s Adopt-A-Trail program enables volunteers to take ownership on a section of specific trail and oversee basic maintenance of that trail. The prospective Adopter chooses from a list of open (orphaned) trails and plans at least three work trips per year to check on its condition, clear drainage areas, lop the corridor,…

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Chapter Leadership Training AMC depends on trained volunteer leaders to offer over 8,000 events every year. Volunteers lead outings in their backyards, at AMC facilities, on trails and waterways throughout AMC’s region, and around the world. AMC Volunteers help people get outdoors! Path to Leadership Leadership Training Outdoor Skills Training Path to Leadership Start your…

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Teach. Share. Learn. Trained volunteers support AMC’s outdoor recreation and environmental education centers from Maine to New Jersey. AMC Information Volunteers possess a firm knowledge of outdoor skills and the trails surrounding our regional lodges and huts. Volunteer Naturalists deliver walks and presentations highlighting local natural and cultural history. Camp Managers follow a strong AMC…

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Speak up for the outdoors Join us in protecting the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Northeast through hands-on stewardship, scientific research, and public policy advocacy. We advocate for land and waterway protection, monitor air quality, research climate change, and work to protect alpine and forest ecosystems through the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions. Lead…

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