Hyperlite Mountain Gear Inc

Cozzens Christina

Hyperlite Mountain Gear is not about bells and whistles, nonessential features or the latest trending colors. We build stripped down, high performance, outdoor gear that’s dialed in to meet, in as minimalist a manner as possible, the exacting requirements of the goal-oriented adventurers who use it.

The Trust for Public Land

Cook Betsy

Quality parks and green spaces are a fundamental requirement for sustaining healthy, equitable, resilient communities. That’s why we work alongside communities to create, protect, and advance the nature-rich places that are vital to human well-being.

Maine Sporting Camp Association

Calden Harvey

Modern and rustic lodges and cabins overlook Maine’s forests and lakes. Our century-old tradition of hospitality varies from complete housekeeping facilities for do-it-yourself guests, to full American plan with three hearty home-cooked meals, rental equipment, and guides. Some have recreation rooms and licensed taverns. Maine sporting camps provide guests with every opportunity to relax and enjoy Maine’s woods and waters.

Inland Woods + Trails

Perkins Gabe


Maine Summer Camps

Hall Ron

Using our online presence, publications, trainings, and conferences, we enhance the public’s understanding of the value of Maine camps. We also assist camp and business members by offering a broad range of information, including directories, resources, legislative and regulatory news, and social media resources.

Maine GearShare

Berg Liv

Maine GearShare’s mission is to promote equitable access to outdoor recreation with a collaborative economy system that acquires, maintains, and lends gear to trip leaders and nature-based educators. Through this capacity-building work, Maine GearShare is expanding equitable access to the gear needed for outdoor recreation, and helping inspire the next generation of outdoor enthusiasts, conservationists, and leaders.

Maine Appalachian Trail Club

Brooke William

The Maine Appalachian Trail Club (MATC) is a volunteer, nonprofit corporation that was organized on June 18, 1935, to assume responsibility for the management, maintenance and protection of the Appalachian Trail (AT) in Maine. The MATC is not a hiking or outing club. It exists solely for the protection and perpetuation of the AT.

Maine Appalachian Land Trust

Rucker Simon

The Maine Appalachian Trail Land Trust was formed in June 2002 as an independent land trust for the purpose of acquiring and protecting the land surrounding the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) in Maine for public benefit.

Teens To Trails

Heyburn Alicia

Connecting Maine students to the outdoors is what we do. Helping middle and high schools start and operate a thriving outdoor club is how we do it.

Maine Professional Guides Association

James Cote

Established in 1978, the Maine Professional Guides Association is proud to be the largest, oldest organization of Maine guides, with over 1000 members and a 35 year history. Our members provide great recreational opportunities everywhere from the remotest parts of the state to the most populated. From sea kayaking to fly fishing or bear hunting, we have something for everyone.