The White Mountain National Forest is known as “The People’s Forest” and celebrates its 100th birthday in 2018.
Update on the Protect Mount Washington campaign, the Mount Washington Cog Railway’s proposed hotel, and the recent unpermitted snowcat road.
Keep the Whites Wild has mailed a letter to the Coos County Commissioners regarding the Cog Railway’s snowcat road.
The month of June brings a spectacular display of wildflowers in the alpine zone on Mount Washington and photographer Anne Skidmore Russell was recently on the mountain to capture the view.
A new organization is bringing awareness to proposed development that threatens fragile ecosystems and iconic views in the White Mountains.
The Mount Washington Commission met on April 28, 2017 and several news outlets recently published information related to the Cog Railway. From the Berlin Daily Sun article, Presby family buys the Mt. Washington Cog Railway from partners: Wayne explained that a number of improvements are already on the docket as well as a plan to build a seasonal…
New Englanders, unlike people in the Cascades or Colorado, don’t have another set of mountains they can turn to when one becomes overcrowded or too popular. We have buildings enough. Please don’t add any more.
Keep the Whites Wild has mailed a letter to the Coos County Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals opposing a hotel on Mount Washington.
New Hampshire’s conservation community, including The Nature Conservancy and AMC, releases statement opposing the proposed Cog Railway hotel.
The Access Fund recently posted about the Protect Mount Washington campaign on their website: “Alpine habitats are limited in the Northeast region, and construction of a hotel in this fragile alpine zone of Mount Washington would have significant environmental impact. Furthermore, it would degrade the visitor experience, as the hotel would be visible from numerous points in…