Mountain Landscape

2022

Appalachian Trail

Charity Walk

Trail Blog and Donation Forum

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What We Are 
Fighting -

At the end of the 2021 session, the Idaho legislature passed a bill to kill 90 percent of Idaho's wolf population. Hunters with wolf tags can now shoot, trap, and snare an unlimited number of wolves and their pups.

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Our
Mission

To preserve our wildlife and 

ecosystems, I am hiking 2,300 miles, raising awareness not only online, but in every city I stop in along the way. My goal is touch as many hearts as possible, and to engage thousands in saving our wildlife.

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What
We Can
Do

While many may shy away from a project this large, I am ready to dive head first into a campaign to speak up for those who can't speak for themselves. We, as a community, can make a difference. If each of us donates just $10, we could raise $10,000+ to preserve the outdoor scene we love to admire so much - but if we don't do something, there will no longer be anything to admire. 

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Donate Today

Today, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of animals not only in North America, but around the world. With our combined efforts, $10,000 is not an unreasonable goal. The donation campaign will launch on May first at 5 am EST, and it will close upon my summit of Mt. Katahdin - the completion of my through-hike of the AT. Until then, you can donate at the link below:

https://2atcw.betterworld.org/campaigns/2022-appalachian-trail-charity-w