Tuesday, April 19, 2016

New York Times Features Maine Mountain Protected by AMC

Don’t miss this past Sunday’s New York Times feature story, Bushwhacking Up Maine’s Baker Mountain, for a taste of hiking the “prominent peak” near AMC’s Little Lyford Lodge & Cabins.

Last year AMC permanently protected the scenic and ecologically significant lands on and around Baker, the second highest peak in Maine between Bigelow Mountain and Katahdin, that are now part of AMC’s more than 70,000 acres of Maine Woods outdoor recreation and conservation lands.

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Friday, April 1, 2016

Guided Fly Fishing Excursions, Instruction Offered by AMC

Experienced fly fishing anglers and beginners alike can enjoy guided fly fishing excursions and improve a variety of angling skills at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s (AMC’s) Maine Wilderness Lodges in the Moosehead/100-Mile Wilderness region this spring. Read full press release »

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Desperate Steps author talks of outdoor mishaps on 207 show

Peter Kick, author of Desperate Steps, spoke with WCSH-TV’s Rob Caldwell about the new AMC Books offering, which is subtitled, “Life, Death, and Choices Made in the Mountains of the Northeast.” Watch the video.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

AMC Maine Woods Initiative Contributes $22 Million to Maine Economy

A new economic impact study shows AMC’s Maine Woods Initiative contributes $22 million to the Maine economy and is responsible for the creation of 71 jobs statewide. Read the full report >>

Monday, March 14, 2016

AMC Applauds U.S.-Canada Joint Statement on Climate

The AMC applauds the agreement announced last week between President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reduce methane pollution from existing oil and gas operations. The oil and gas industry leaks more than 9 million metric tons of methane pollution each year – enough to power over 6.5 million homes for a year.

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, more than 80 times more potent than carbon dioxide, and near term reductions are essential to curbing climate change. Among other negative impacts, warmer temperatures are associated with unhealthy levels of ozone pollution. Ozone is particularly harmful to children and anyone exercising outside.

AMC’s Staff Scientist Georgia Murray said, “We look forward to the next steps this agreement envisions that will lead to reductions in methane and other toxic air pollutants from this sector.” The technology to make the fixes needed, including addressing leaky infrastructure, are affordable and ready to go, Murray said.


Monday, March 7, 2016

Wonder what it's like to be a winter hut caretaker?

Watch this video story about our caretaker at Lonesome Lake Hut, recently broadcast on New Hampshire Chronicle, and find out!


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