AMC SIGNS MEMO WITH PLYMOUTH STATE

by Gair on May 10, 2013

THE COUNTRY’S OLDEST CONSERVATION AND RECREATION ORGANIZATION HAS SIGNED A FORMAL AGREEMENT TO SHARE RESOURCES AND EXPERTISE WITH ONE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE’S REGIONAL UNIVERSITIES.

APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB SPOKESMAN ROB BURBANK SAYS THE CLUB AND REPRESENTATIVES FROM PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY OFFICIALLY COMMITTED MONDAY, MAY 6, 2013 TO CONTINUE THEIR COLLABORATION.

IN MAKING THE COMMITMENT, BOTH ORGANIZATIONS CITE SIMILAR GOALS AND OBJECTIVES, NOTING CONTINUED COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION WILL ADVANCE THEIR MISSIONS AND HELP MAKE A POSITIVE REGIONAL IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT, ECONOMY, COMMUNITIES AND PEOPLE.

BURBANK SAYS THOSE GOALS AND INTERESTS CENTER AROUND EDUCATION, SCIENTIFIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, CULTURAL AND HISTORIC STUDIES AND PUBLIC SERVICE.

THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WAS SIGNED AT AMC’S HIGHLAND CENTER AT CRAWFORD NOTCH.

FOUNDED IN 1876, THE AMC IS HEADQUARTERED IN BOSTON, MASS.

PLYMOUTH STATE UNIVERSITY RECENTLY OPENED THE MUSEUM OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS, WHERE IT PRESERVES AND INTERPRETS THE REGION’S HISTORY.

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