AMC-SEM Chapter

Resources


General Outdoors Information

"Friends" Groups
Appalachian Trail Conference
The Appalachian Trail Conference is a private, volunteer-based nonprofit organization, dedicated since 1925 to building, protecting, and managing the Appalachian Trail for the public.
The Trustees of Reservations
The nation's oldest private, statewide conservation and preservation organization.
Massachusetts Forests and Parks
A guide to Massachusetts Forests and Parks
Massachusetts Audubon Society
The largest conservation organization in New England which works to preserve the natural world through conservation, education, and environmental advocacy.
Sierra Club Massachusetts Chapter
Lists the quarterly newsletter, updates on local issues, plus the chapter's activities and outings. The Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of the natural environment.
Save the Bay
Works to preserve and protect Narragansett and Mount Hope Bays.
New York Institute of Photography
Get some great photography tips for shooting pictures outdoors any time of the year
Conservation Action Network
Sign up and receive free monthly e-mails about current conservation initiatives and how you can support them. Learn all about AMC's priority conservation issues. Take action! Add to and/or edit sample letters about specific conservation issues and send them to your elected representative
Taunton River Watershed Alliance
A citizen-based group committed to protect, preserve and restore our local water resources. Educational and recreational events are also offered.

Hiking

 
    Hiking Resources - General 
    Hiking Trails in New England 
    Hiking Links
    Hiking Equipment and Supplies


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

 



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