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An Idea Turns 100: A Photo History of The Appalachian Trail

Appalachian Trail Landscape @ NPCA

Corridor Appalachien-Appalachian Corridor

Reimagine Appalachia

Governmental initiatives

Appalachian Regional Commission

US National Park Service (NPS)

     Appalachian National Scenic Trail

Congressional Appalachian National Scenic Trail Caucus

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Networks

Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative

     Landscape Partnership portal website

     Network site

Appalachian Trail Landscape Partnership (ATLP)

Northern Appalachian Trail Landscape Partnership (NATLP)

Reclaiming Appalachia Coalition (RAC)

Staying Connected Initiative

   · “...a visionary partnership working to restore and enhance landscape connections for the benefit

      of people and wildlife across the Northern Appalachian/Acadian region of the eastern U.S. and

     Canada. Each step of the way, from the Tug Hill Plateau and Adirondack Mountains in New York

     across the forests of New England to the Canadian Maritimes, the actions we take in our own

     backyards and communities make a difference.”


NGOs

Appalachian Bear Rescue

Appalachian Headwaters

     Appalachian Beekeeping Collective

Appalachian Trail Conservancy

     · Guide to AT Maintaining Clubs

     · Appalachian Trail Landscape Partnership

     · Wild East Action Fund

Appalachian Voices

Benton MacKaye Trail Association

Coalfield Development

     Refresh Appalachia

Green Forest Works

International Apalachian Trail

     · IAT-Quebec

Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust

Wildlands Network

     Eastern Wildway


Research

Appalachian Studies Association

     Journal of Appalachian Studies

Highlands Biological Station

Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere


Travel

Appalachian Trail Travel Guide

Appalachia, Appalachian Mountains, Appalachian Trail & Acadian region

The word “Appalachia” typically connotes the mountains of the eastern USA‘s mid-Atlantic region,  

    but the Appalachian Mountains stretch into northeast Canada.  

Acadiarefers to regions of The Maritimes with Acadian roots, language, and culture, primarily in New

    Brunswick, Nova Scotia, the Magdalen Islands, and Prince Edward Island, as well as in Maine.”