builds upon a tradition of collaborative conservation to advance the exceptional values of the
Appalachian Mountain Range.
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The A.T. Landscape Partnership gives a voice to a large landscape-scale conservation initiative. We are a coalition of nonprofit conservation organizations, federal, state and local government agencies, and academic institutions.
The Appalachian Trail is a greenway, and it connects a landscape that is exceptional. We assist with the conservation of important lands from Maine to Georgia and across the Appalachian Mountain Range.
Collaboration is key to advancing conservation within the A.T. landscape. When possible, we hope to accelerate those conservation efforts, ensuring the Appalachian Mountain Range remains a unique place to live, experience and protect.
There are many values associated with the Appalachian Trail and its landscape, from scenic to recreational to historic and beyond. We hope to connect those values to a wide audience, enabling new stakeholders to come forward in this effort to protect one of the most important landscapes in the United States.
The A.T. landscape depends
on the Land and Water
Mountain Valley Pipeline will
have devastating impacts on the
A.T. and surrounding lands
for qualified organizations, our Action Fund Grant Program offers two funding opportunities.
Although the Appalachian Trail footpath and its surrounding narrow corridor are protected under federal law, the natural, cultural and historic resources found across the Appalachian Mountains are vulnerable to an expanding human footprint.
Appalachian Trail Landscape Conservation Boosted by $3 Million Grant
A grant from The Volgenau Foundation will advance important work to protect lands, waters and unique cultural features of the most important landscape east of the Mississippi: the A.T. and its surrounding lands.