MTC 2023 Event
CLICK to REGISTER for the 2023 MTC Event!
The 2023 MTC event will take place August 5-13, 2023. An EcoArts Festival will be held at View Arts Center in Old Forge, NY on August 5, 2023, 10am - 2pm. Representatives from the Fulton Chain of Lakes Association, Adirondack Council, Adirondack Watershed Institute, ADKAction, Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation, Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District and more will be in attendance.
Bernie Hoffman, a wildlife educator, and her Canada Lynx, Max will also be in attendance. Come join us and learn about the importance of protecting our spectacular wildlife.
If you are not in the ADK during this time, please feel free to complete a self-directed project when it is convenient for you. Share your photos with us all year long.
Please visit our RESOURCE MATERIAL page for self-directed environmentally-focused improvement project ideas.
Please read the important Safety Checklist.
Please submit photos of your self-directed projects via email by August 27, 2023 to be in the running for the "Best Project" award and to win gifts of appreciation. Winners of the "Best Project" award will receive a plaque with their name(s) on it. In addition, names will be added to plaques housed in both the Town of Inlet and the Town of Webb public spaces.
We thank you in advance for loving the ADK as much as we do.
Luis Mikelsons - winner of the MTC 2022 "Best Project" award.
Marie and Whitney Schoenberg - winners of the MTC 2021 "Best Project" award.
Come meet Max, a Canadian Lynx, at the MTC EcoArts Festival.
Free gray long-sleeved T-shirts (S - XL) for registered MTC participants. Limit 5 per team. 2XL - available in white only.
If you cannot participate in the 2023 MTC event, consider donating to fund future MTC events! By clicking the donate button below, you will be redirected to the LivingADK website. Follow the instructions to donate and THANK YOU for your support!
Your participation in the MTC event is at your own risk. Your decision to participate as a volunteer is made of your own free will. By registering for the event, you assume full responsibility for any risk of bodily injury, death, or property damage arising out of or related to the event. MTC/FCLA does not assume any responsibility or obligation to provide financial or other assistance, including, but not limited to medical, health, or disability insurance in the event of injury, illness, death, or property damage.
We greatly appreciate your support for the 2022 MTC event. Please do your best to MTC all year long.
Remember "Leave No Trace"!
The Boon family clean-up a campsite along the Sis and Bubb trail during an October 2021 hike.
Paddling on Fourth Lake after July 4, 2022. Collected garbage floating in the water. Recycled the bottle! Every bit helps.