Volunteer Highlands Trail Stewards

The Highlands Trail Stewards is an all-volunteer group of men and women who dedicate some of their time to develop and maintain trails along the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Network. Most of their work is focused on the eastern end of the PHTN, primarily in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Examples of Trail Stewards work projects include developing new trails, clearing debris from trails, improving trail drainage, blazing new trails, and installing trail signage.  Interested in joining? Fill out the form below!

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Highlight the Highlands: Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site Celebrates National Public Lands Day

10/3/19 — In the PA Highlands, on Saturday September 28th, Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site hosted a NPL Day event to preserve and protect the natural and cultural resources of the site. Read More

Highlight the Highlands: Valley Forge National Historical Park Celebrates National Public Lands Day

10/2/19 — In the heart of the PA Highlands, citizens celebrated National Public Lands Day at Valley Forge National Historical Park by engaging in voluntary trail work on Saturday, September 28th. Read More

Highlight the Highlands: Pine Grove Furnace State Park Celebrates National Public Lands Day

10/1/19 — In the western section of the PA Highlands, community members celebrated National Public Lands Day at Pine Grove Furnace State Park by planting 30 native trees on Saturday, September 28th. Read More

Unami Creek Greenway Project Public Meeting

The Appalachian Mountain Club has partnered with Heritage Conservancy to study land conservation and trail development along the Unami Creek in Milford Township, Bucks County. Read More