Spring Thing 2016 Teens To Trails had a fantastic end to the school year for the 3rd annual Spring Thing Weekend in partnership with Adventure Bound. Over 70 students and advisors from Outing Clubs across the state joined in on the weekend of camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, rafting, service projects, and more. This year, the Outing… Read More»
Check out this great update from our partners at the Northern Forest Canoe Trail! Paddle with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail in Maine. This 740 mile long water trail traces historic travel routes through New York’s Adirondacks, Vermont, Quebec, New Hampshire all the way to Fort Kent. Grab your guide book and maps from our… Read More»
Repost from MOC Partner Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust – make plans to get out and join them! So we can all plan our summers more efficiently, without further ado, here is our schedule for the 2016 hiking season! Spruce Mountain – May 15 Old Blue Mountain – June 11 Sugarloaf and Spaulding Mountains – June 25… Read More»
Wondering what we’ve been up to lately? Well, we’re gearing up for our summer Network Gathering, happening on July 30th at the Fields Pond Audubon Center in Holden, ME. Make sure you save the date! We’ve also been working behind the scenes to build a whole host of tools and features on the MOC Members… Read More»
Join the Maine Outdoor Coalition for our 3rd Network Gathering! Wednesday, July 30th 10:00am – 2:00pm Fields Pond Audubon Center Holden, Maine The planning committee is working on the details, so stay tuned for more info and an RSVP request! If you’d like to receive more information, sign up for our email list on the homepage.… Read More»
In case you missed it, Teens to Trails was selected by the White House as a “Champion of Change: Engaging the Next Generation of Conservation Leaders” for our efforts to engage communities and youth in environmental stewardship and conservation. We were honored this week on March 18, 2014 by the White House along with 13… Read More»
Great news from one of the Maine Outdoor Coalition members, Teens to Trails! BRUNSWICK, MAINE – January 10, 2014 Teens to Trails, also known as “T3”, is excited to announce the launch of the Association of Maine Outing Clubs or AMOC. The Association is a membership organization serving Maine High School Outing Clubs and Advisors.… Read More»
Sheridan Steele, Acadia National Park’s superintendent, started a push to get kids into Maine’s outdoors during a summit back in 2006, hoping the idea would gain momentum.
In three months, the results will be felt across Maine.
It hasn’t been officially announced yet, but the Great Maine Outdoor Weekend is scheduled for the first weekend in March. It is the culmination of what Steele started five years ago, aided by the work of a new outdoor coalition.