Green Mountain Club Needs YOU!

Help Green Mountain Club achieve Project 10,000 by the end of their centennial year (the end of March) by joining!

The club is currently supported by over 9,800 members but has an important goal of having 10,000 members by the end of its centennial year, this month! For anybody who loves the Long Trail and all the other great projects GMC does, it's the perfect time to make a difference!

Plus, any new members who join before March 11, 2011 will be entered into a drawing to win great prizes from local businesses.

The Long Trail is a rugged footpath that spans the ridge of the Green Mountains from Massachusetts to Quebec, crossing through approximately 120 miles of state lands, including Smuggler’s Notch, Underhill, and Camel’s Hump State Parks. GMC exclusively maintains Camels Hump and Mt. Mansfield State Parks.

The Long Trail exists because of the Green Mountain Club, a 100-year-old non-profit organization that built and maintains it. Since 1910, GMC volunteers have worked closely with Vermont's Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation and other partners to build 440 miles of trail, conserve 25,000 acres of backcountry land, and create a treasured Vermont icon.

Learn more and join by visiting the GMC’s website at www.GreenMountainClub.org.

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  1. Woo hoo! Thank you Vermont State Parks! Viva la Long Trail!

    -- from the GMC

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