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Pertaining in some way to hiking trips or the act of hiking (not necessarily through the Outings Committee).

Report of 2017 AMC Berkshire Chapter Activities

Conservation—Robert Cherdack—robertcherd@gmail.com

The Chapter Conservation Committee has been reinstituted with the following goals: 

1) Supporting the club in its conservation campaigns.

2) Identifying and responding to local issues within western Massachusetts.

3) Encouraging conservation work such as cleanups and invasive controls within chapter activities.

Upcoming Young Members Hikes

Sunday, August 13th. Skinner State Park
2 options: 2.3 miles or 10 miles. Brunch afterward at Esselon Café.
http://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/99516

Young Members (20s/30s)

young members

AMC’s Berkshire Chapter of Western Mass invites people in their 20s & 30s as well as the young-at-heart to attend our Young Members (20s & 30s) activities.

Summer is a Great Time to Get Outdoors

Check out AMC activities in Western Mass. This summer we are offering several series of hikes including the AT in Mass, Hiking Along Rivers, Easy Hikes in Northampton, and the weekly Tuesday hike. You can find both flat water and white water paddling events, bicycling, rock climbing, backpacking, and family programs. Don't miss out on these. This link will show you activities currently posted by the Berkshire Chapter:

http://activities.outdoors.org/search/?grp=1&mode=list

DALTON JOINS GREAT BARRINGTON AND NORTH ADAMS AS DESIGNATED APPALACHIAN TRAIL COMMUNITY

Margaret Cahill and Andrea Lassor, Dalton AT Committee Co Chairs

Margaret Cahill and Andrea Lassor, Dalton AT Committee Co Chairs

Dalton, MA (May 3, 2017) – Dalton has been formally approved as an Appalachian Trail Community by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and management of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.)

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