Our trail intern, Christopher Solan, from W3R-NJ is featured in the Fall 2018 Pathways Across America for the Partnership for the National Trails System. At 17 he is the youngest intern with ages ranging through 29 years! Read more here: http://pnts.org/new/spotlight-trail-interns/
Ellen von Karajan, Executive Director of the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route Association, has been awarded the scholarship to attend the Fall Friends Alliance Meeting in Columbia Falls, Montana at Glacier National Park, October 7-12, 2018.
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To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails System Act, 5% of the sales of commemorative products from REI Co-op will be donated to support our National Scenic Trails. #optoutside
History may be right in your backyard as we visit nearly 100 forgotten NJ places of America’s most important war.
From Bob Mayers’ publisher, American History Press:
“We’re proud to note that today the New Jersey Star Ledger newspaper published a very positive review of AHP author Bob Mayers’ new book, Revolutionary New Jersey: Forgotten Towns and Crossroads of the American Revolution.” The review can be read by clicking here: http://starledger.nj.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=03e45fcdd
The Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail follows the marching path of allied French and Continental armies from Newport, RI and Newburgh, NY to Yorktown, VA during the Revolutionary War. This trail marks the war’s largest coordinated troop movement of these allied forces, and thousands of soldiers traveled these hundreds of miles to combat their British counterparts at the Siege of Yorktown in 1781.
At Yorktown, the combined strength of General George Washington’s Continental Army,…[Read More]
Every property preserved by D&R Greenway comes with its own story. Part of D&R Greenway’s work to inspire a conservation ethic comes from our knowledge that there are many different paths that people follow to preserving and caring for the land. Every once in a while a truly special opportunity presents itself for preservation to make someone’s dreams come true.
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Greetings, National Trails System Communication Leads!
To encourage young adults to become more involved in the National Trails System multiple agencies will fund a scholarships for young leaders to attend the 2018 National Trails System Conference. Young adult participants will be an active part of the dialogue about outreach and the future of these trails. Selected participants should come ready to explore, learn, and engage!
Topics will include, though are not limited to;…[Read More]
The Threat: An unprotected 50-acre parcel of land on the Yorktown battlefield and surrounded by the Colonial National Historical Park, has been zoned and platted for a subdivision of 100 houses. This enormous subdivision would be named “Battlefield Bluffs” for its historical significance, but its construction would completely destroy the integrity of this sector of the battlefield.
Archaeological fieldwork has been conducted on only a very small portion of the parcel to date. Experts tell us it is highly likely that important artifacts,…[Read More]