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  • Androscoggin River Watershed Council – A bi-state non-profit dedicated the the health and enjoyment of the Androscoggin River, from its headwaters in Coos County, New Hampshire to Merrymeeting Bay on the Maine Coast. 

  • Appalachian Mountain Club – A regional recreation non-profit that promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region, with chapters from Washington, DC to Maine.

  • Appalachian Trail Conservancy – A regional non-profit that protects, manages, and promotes use of the Appalachian Trail.

  • Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce – Promotes the Bethel area of northwestern Maine through public relations, events, tourism information, and support for business and nonprofit initiatives.

  • The Conservation Fund – A national conservation organization that works with a variety of partners to achieve conservation that also supports a sustainable economy.

  • Mahoosuc Land Trust – A local land trust which purchases or accepts donations of land and easements to protect the scenic unspoiled character, natural resources, working landscape, and outdoor recreation of the region.

  • Shelburne Trails ClubA local volunteer group that restores “lost trails” and maintains a network of more than forty miles of linked hiking trails in Shelburne’s Mahoosuc and Carter-Moriah Ranges in partnership with the Appalachian Mountain Club and the U.S. Forest Service. Contact the club at Shelburnetrails@gmail.com.

  • The Wilderness Society – A national land conservation organization that protects wilderness and inspires Americans to care for our wild places.

  • Tri-County Community Action Programs – Works to improve the lives and well-being of northern New Hampshire residents.

  • Trust for Public Land – A national land conservation organization that protects land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come.

  • Mahoosuc Pathways – A local trail stewardship organization dedicated to connecting communities through the development, maintenance and promotion of a multi-use recreational trail network.