Established in 2000 for the preservation, protection and interpretation of traditional Native Hawaiian culture and natural resources, the Ala Kahakai NHT is a 175-mile trail corridor full of cultural and historical significance.
The Anza Trail Foundation supports and promotes the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, including the life and times associated with the historic expeditions of Juan Bautista de Anza throughout the entire length of the trail in Arizona, California and Mexico.
The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region. We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region.
The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is a volunteer-based, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation, management, and promotion of the Appalachian Trail as a primitive setting for outdoor recreation (on foot) and for learning.
The Arizona Trail is one of America’s most diverse and dramatically scenic long distance non-motorized trails, stretching continuously over 800 miles from Mexico to Utah.
The Chesapeake Conservancy’s mission is to strengthen the connection between people and the watershed, conserve the landscapes and special places that sustain the Chesapeake’s unique natural and cultural resources, and encourage the exploration and celebration of the Chesapeake as a national treasure.
The Connecticut Forest & Park Association protects forests, parks, walking trails, and open spaces for future generations by connecting people to the land. CFPA directly involves individuals and families, educators, community leaders, and volunteers to enhance and defend Connecticut’s rich natural heritage.
The Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) is a 501 (c) (3) national non-profit membership organization founded by a group of citizens passionate about the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail.
Since 1978, the Continental Divide Trail Society has been an independent advocate and resource for the hikers of today and tomorrow.
In November 2000 President Bill Clinton signed into law S. 700, the “Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail Act.” Ultimately, the “Ala Kahakai” (Trail by the Sea) will be a continuous walking path, extending along the coastline of Hawai`i for approximately 175 miles.