The Latest Highlands Trail Stewards Projects

November was a busy month for AMC’s all-volunteer trail crew, the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Stewards, who have been working hard to improve trails in Bucks County. In early November, the Highlands Trail Stewards were at work in Ringing Rocks County Park in Bridgeton Township, developing new trail, maintaining existing trails, and installing new trail signage throughout the park. Last week, the Highlands Trail Stewards were at work in Richland Township installing new trail signage and markers along the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Network, from the trail at Veterans Park on East Pumping Station Road to the trail in the Walnut Banks Farm neighborhood. AMC greatly appreciates the efforts of the PA Highlands Trail Stewards in supporting and improving trails in southeastern Pennsylvania. If you would like to join the crew, no experience is necessary.


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AMC Partners for New Signage on the Schuylkill River Trail

AMC partnered with the Schuylkill River Greenways National Historic Area and Union Township to produce an interpretive sign along the Schuylkill River Trail.  Read More

AMC Presents Trail Concept Plan to PHTN Steering Committee

On Monday, March 26th, AMC and its consultant, Campbell Thomas & Company, presented a conceptual trail plan for the Musser Scout Reservation, located in the Unami Forest of Montgomery County. Read More

Highlands Conservation Act Reauthorized in FY18 Omnibus Spending Bill

A major victory for land conservation in the four-state Highlands region was won late last week when the President signed the Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) Omnibus spending bill, which included both funding and reauthorization for the Highlands Conservation Act (HCA) through 2021. Read More

Richland Township Updates Open Space and Trails Map

Recently, Richland Township, Bucks County updated their Open Space and Trails Map to show the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Network along with other park and trail resources. Read More