News

In order to fully honor our commitment to a safe and respectful development of Mount Foster, Appalachian Corridor is announcing an updated timeline and postponing the official opening of the new trail system on Mount Foster to the summer of 2022....

Several municipalities in Appalachian Corridor’s territory are home to the Chimney Swift. Since 2009, Chimney Swift counts have been conducted so that voluntary conservation actions can be taken to protect its habitat. ...

Each year, Appalachian Corridor monitors the peregrine falcon on two known nesting sites. The objective is to confirm the presence of a nesting pair, but also to ensure that the conservation measures put in place are respected. The biologists look for the presence of falcons...

In the Montérégie region, Appalachian Corridor has taken on the restoration of a known warbler nesting habitat over the past seven years by helping to control the invasive buckthorn. ...

As part of World Turtle Day on May 23, Appalachian Corridor and its regional conservation partners are raising awareness for turtle issues and highlighting a scientific project which aims to protect an endangered species on our territory, the wood turtle....

Eastman, QC (April 1, 2021) - We are happy to share our Spring bulletin! Make sure to read this issue full of interesting topics including updates on recent conservation projects, the expansion of our trail networks at mounts Singer and Foster, a free conference and...

Bolton-Est, Québec (11 février 2021) – Corridor appalachien est heureux d’annoncer la protection à perpétuité de 124,58 hectares à Bolton-Est. La propriété est située dans un secteur montagneux sur le versant nord du mont Place et contribue à la protection d’un grand massif forestier de...