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Giving Back

At Trailspace, we feel a responsibility to be good stewards of the outdoor environment. From 2006 to the present day, we have supported a wide range of environmental and outdoor nonprofit organizations, from the international to the local, that are important to the Trailspace backcountry community. Past recipient organizations include:

logo The Access Fund is the national advocacy organization that keeps U.S. climbing areas open and conserves the climbing environment. It supports climbers nationwide in all forms of climbing: rock, ice, mountaineering, and bouldering.

The American Alpine Club is a community of climbers who have banded together to sustain the climbing way of life, protect the places they climb, and watch out for one another through a worldwide rescue service.

logo American Hiking Society is the only national organization dedicated to promoting and protecting America's hiking trails, the natural areas that surround them, and the hiking experience itself.
logo American Rivers protects and restores America’s rivers for the benefit of people, wildlife, and nature.
logo The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is dedicated to the conservation of the 2,175-mile Appalachian National Scenic Trail, a 250,000-acre greenway extending from Maine to Georgia.
logo The Belgrade Regional Conservation Alliance, Trailspace's local land trust, is dedicated to conserving the lands, water quality, and natural heritage of Maine's Belgrade Lakes region.
logo Leave No Trace is an international nonprofit dedicated to promoting and inspiring responsible outdoor recreation through education, research, and partnerships. LNT promotes leaving the places you enjoy as good or better than you found them.
logo 1% For The Planet has inspired more than 1,200 members of the business community to contribute 1 percent of sales to environmental groups around the world since 2002. Trailspace has been a member of 1% for the Planet since 2006.
logo The Pacific Crest Trail Association protects, preserves, and promotes the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail as an internationally significant resource for the enjoyment of hikers and equestrians, and for the value that wild and scenic lands provide to all people.
logo Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization promoting and preserving winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports experience on public lands.

Do you have a favorite environmental or outdoor nonprofit organization? Please tell us about it and we’ll consider it for future contributions.