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ATC Submits Brief to Supreme Court Providing Perspective on Upcoming Case
Dec 10, 2019
ATC's brief highlights the importance of preserving the cooperative management system, which maintains and conserves the Trail.
"Go Dark - A Wild East Story" Showcases Night Skies on the Appalachian Trail
Dec 09, 2019
See how the night sky shines brighter thanks to the wildness of A.T. lands.
ATC Holiday Celebration to Feature Book Signing by Author and Appalachian Trail Thru-Hiker Derick Lugo
Nov 25, 2019
Join us on December 7 for warm drinks, great snacks, and a book signing by Derick “Mr. Fabulous” Lugo, author of “The Unlikely Thru-Hiker: An Appalachian Trail Journey.”
Three New Members Appointed to Board of Directors to Assist in Appalachian Trail Protection Efforts
Oct 31, 2019
These individuals bring with them a variety of expertise and experience that will greatly assist the ATC in its goal of protecting the largest continuous landscape in the eastern United States, the Appalachian Trail.
Cox Conserves Heroes National Winner Donates $60,000 Prize to Appalachian Trail Landscape Protection
Oct 22, 2019
Voters selected Diana Christopulos to be the 2019 National Cox Conserves Hero in recognition of decades of extensive conservation leadership around the country, including on the A.T.
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Cowpasture Case
Oct 04, 2019
Today the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision on how energy infrastructure is sited across the Appalachian Trail.
E3 Summit Provides Experience and Training to the Next Generation of Environmental Stewards
Sep 19, 2019
Participants will receive hands-on opportunities to learn about public lands, outdoor recreation, conservation practices and ways to support new stories in stewardship and recreation.
Boiling Springs Appalachian Trail Conservancy Office Celebrates 9th Annual Family Hiking Day with Guided Hikes and Outdoor Activities
Sep 17, 2019
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy invites families to take a hike during the ninth annual Family Hiking Day on Saturday, September 28.
Plainfield Township Enacts Zoning Ordinance to Protect the Appalachian Trail from Development Impacts
Sep 12, 2019
By a vote of 5-0, the Plainfield Township Supervisors on Wednesday supported a sweeping ordinance that will create better protection for the Appalachian National Scenic Trail and the resources of the township.
Youth Trail Summit Connects the Next Generation to the Landscape and Careers in Conservation
Sep 12, 2019
This retreat will provide hands-on skills and networking opportunities with conservation leaders.
Overmountain Shelter Closed Until Further Notice Due to Structural Damage
Sep 04, 2019
In order to protect public safety, the Appalachian Ranger District has closed the Overmountain Shelter which is located in Avery County near the Appalachian Trail and Overmountain Victory Trail.
The Appalachian Trail in your mailbox 📬
Aug 23, 2019
Send or collect all of our A.T.-themed watercolor postcards!
Appalachian Trail Conservancy Announces Departure of President and Chief Executive Officer Suzanne Dixon, Appoints Sandra Marra To Replace Her
Jul 22, 2019
Suzanne Dixon will be resigning from her position as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective August 30, 2019. The ATC’s Board of Directors has selected Sandra Marra as the new President and CEO.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy Celebrates the Establishment of an Office of Outdoor Recreation in the Commonwealth of Virginia
Jul 18, 2019
Nominations are Open for ATC Stewardship Council Members
Jun 12, 2019
The ATC is looking to add new members to its Stewardship Council, which will help guide the management and protection of the Appalachian Trail in the coming years.