AT Committee Sets 2017 Schedule

The Chapter's AT Committee has put together this season's work party schedule: Link: The AT is managed and maintained by volunteers of all skill levels and interests--no prior experience is needed to participate. The Mass section of the Trail is highly regarded for the excellent condition of its treadway and facilities, as well as its iconic setting--your participation is key to continuing that high standard. Please contact the listed leader for any last minute changes or if you have questions about a specific project.

Solo Wilderness First Aid Training

At this time, the Appalachian Mountain Club is making the final arrangements for the SOLO Traing Course. The course will be held at Noble View Outdoor Center, Russell, MA. Availability of training is on a first-come, first-serve basis and is limited to the number of available instructors. If you are interested in attending the course, it is important that the fee is mailed as soon as possible in order to reserve your space in the program — space is limited. The cost covers class fees, materials, and refreshments.


Northern Pass update and thanks

I’m writing to update you on next steps in our Northern Pass opposition work that contributions from your chapters helped make happen. As you know we sought funding from you to help meet the expense of the visual expert we hired in partnership with the Forest Society (SPNHF), and who is providing a key counterpoint to Northern Pass’s assessment of the visual impacts of the project. The filing deadline for that testimony was December 30th, and we are very pleased with the results.