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Visiting the Wildlands:

Visiting the Wildlands:

The gate on Don Fish Road at the Fish Hatchery is now usually open. We don't control the gate and sometimes it is unexpectedly closed in mud season. Go early. If the parking lots at the Gates/Trailheads are full, PLEASE GO to the SOUTH GATE or ELSEWHERE. See below for...

April in the Wildlands

April in the Wildlands

In these challenging times, we’re concerned for the physical health of our communities, and for the general well-being of people who care for each other and our planet. We’re trying to take to heart Rabbi Yosef Kanefsky’s widely quoted counsel: “Every hand that we...

We’re hiring a Land Steward

The Land Steward is a critical part of the Trust team. He/she is responsible for the stewardship of GPMCT’s properties: prioritizing and implementing the maintenance, construction, and general management needs to meet the Trust’s responsibility to steward its land in...

New Interactive Wildlands Map

New Interactive Wildlands Map

We've been working on an interactive map that will be embedded in the website. There is a beta version here. You can decide what to view in the categories on the left. You can also click on any of the icons for more information (this feature is only partly done)....

Construction of Hillside Trail Starts

Jed Talbot of OBP Trailworks started construction this week on the Hillside multi-use trail that will create a loop with the Valley Road, wide enough for snowmobiles and horses (but open to hiking and biking as well). Gene Bass dug, screened and trucked 300 yards of...