From time to time the Chapter’s Executive Committee reviews the Chapter’s operating bylaws and recommends any changes that are needed. We are in the process of doing this now in preparation on voting on these amendments at the annual meeting on November 5, 2021.
On Friday November 5th from 5:00 - 7:30pm, the Western Massachusetts Chapter will be holding its Annual Meeting. This meeting will be online via Zoom.
Here is the planned program:
Please join the Appalachian Mountain Club and the Mt. Grace Land Trust for a 2-2.5 hour hike on the New England Trail and connecting trails, ending at the Richardson-Zlogar Cabin to enjoy the view, refreshments, and remarks.
The Western Massachusetts Chapter of the AMC is looking for your help! To unleash fresh ideas and perspectives from our members, we are seeking volunteers to fill two important Officer roles on our Executive Committee: Vice Chair and Treasurer. These important positions meet online monthly, and help provide administrative and logistical support to the chapter — a totally volunteer organization dedicated to providing dozens of hiking, biking, climbing, paddling, trail work and other fun events and activities throughout the year.
The Appalachian Mountain Club and its volunteer-led chapters including the Western Massachusetts chapter, are outraged by the increase in senseless and racist acts against Asian and Pacific Islander Americans across the country, culminating in the shocking murders of six women of Asian descent in the Atlanta area earlier this month.
Every year, AMC Volunteers provide over 500,000 hours in support of AMC’s Mission and Vision to get people outdoors, help them gain experience and expertise there so they fall in love with and ultimately act to protect the beautiful places we love in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering with AMC, check out our open positions here:
Come visit one of the most beautiful locations on the East Coast this season. The Appalachian Mountain Club’s Fire Island Cabin is one of AMC’s 10 self-service Volunteer-led Camps and Cabins (VCCs). The cabin is located in the town of Atlantique, one of 17 residential communities that comprise this car-free, barrier island designated the Fire Island National Seashore, perfectly situated on waterfront property on the Great South Bay, the cabin is a five-minute walk to the Atlantic Ocean.
Live Stream Season 2, Episode 4: Tales from the Trail: Explore the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail
What’s the best way to travel from the US/Canada border to the ocean? By boat of course! The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail (CRPT) is a series of campsites and river access points spanning 400+ miles of the Connecticut River through NH, VT, MA and CT. Traveling along the Connecticut River offers endless exploration, adventure, and a way to “get away from it all.”
Welcome to Winter Activities at the AMC’s Noble view Outdoor Center in Russell, MA!