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9/2017 - DownEast Magazine names best fall trails: http://downeast.com/our-favorite-fall-trailswestern-maine-highlights/

1/8/2017 - Non-profits' takeover of Bethel ski center a success: http://www.pressherald.com/2017/01/08/nonprofits-takeover-of-bethel-ski-center-a-success/

8/8/2014 - University of Maine 4H Camp and Mahoosuc Pathways partner to create Bethel Conservation Corps:  http://www.bethelcitizen.com/news/story/mt-will-trail-gains-better-views-longer-route

6/1/2013 - Mahoosuc Pathways hosting hike to celebrate redesign of new trail:  http://www.sunjournal.com/news/oxford-hills/2013/06/01/mahoosuc-pathways-hosting-hike-celebrate-redesign/1372381

2/21/2013 - The Bethel Pathway is expanding an additional 2.5 miles:  http://www.bethelcitizen.com/news/news/2013/02/21/way-cleared-25-mile-trail-extension-bethel-pathway/496251

11/20/2012 - Bethel selectboard unanimously approves management plan for Bingham land:  http://www.sunjournal.com/news/oxford-hills/2012/11/20/selectmen-approve-forest-management-plan/1283220

11/8/2012 - Bingham trails need Newry's blessing:  http://www.bethelcitizen.com/node/36595/          

11/6/2012 - Following weeks of public hearings and research, Jerry Bley of Creative Conservation presented a comprehensive plan for the Bethel selectmen:  http://www.sunjournal.com/news/river-valley/2012/11/06/selectmen-listen-presentation-regarding-bingham-fo/1276674

To read the draft Management Plan plan, click here:  http://www.bethelmaine.org/Pages/BethelME_BComm/Bingham%20Management%20Plan

To read the report from Morton Trails evaluating the recreational trail potential for the Bingham Forest, click here:  MortonTrailsRpt.pdf

11/2/2012 - Bethel selectmen will hear a presentation by Jerry Bley on the Bingham Forest Management Plan for the town's new 2,300-acre Bingham land. http://www.sunjournal.com/news/oxford-hills/2012/11/01/bethel-board-hold-workshop-nov-5-bingham-forest-ma/1275172

9/23/2012 - Trek the Grafton Loop Trail to the summit of Puzzle Mountain with Mahoosuc Pathways and Mahoosuc Land Trust. http://www.pressherald.com/sports/fall-version-of-outdoor-weekend_2012-09-23.html

9/22/2012 - Bethel Selectmen approve potential uses for the Bingham parcel: http://www.sunjournal.com/news/river-valley/2012/09/22/selectmen-approve-potential-uses-bingham-parcel/1254980

9/20/2012 - Local nonprofits partner for the Great Maine Outdoors Weekend:  http://www.bethelcitizen.com/news/letters/2012/09/20/great-maine-outdoor-weekend/17823

9/6/2012 - Mahoosuc Pathways and the Town of Bethel are working together to extend the Bethel Pathway to connect the local schools, parks and recreation areas: http://www.bethelcitizen.com/news/news/2012/09/06/bethel-trails-effort-sees-mixed-results/17651

6/13/2012 - Mahoosuc Pathways President, Peter Southam, wins election for Bethel Selectman:  http://www.sunjournal.com/news/oxford-hills/1208864

3/8/2012 - Bethel selectmen sign off on Conservation Commission plan for developing park proposal on the Bingham lands:  http://www.bethelcitizen.com/news/story/bethel-selectmen-sign-conservation-bethel-selectmen-sign-conservation-commission-plan-dev

1/19/2012 - Read the summary of the last public hearing on the Bingham Trust lands in The Bethel Citizen. Now it's time for the Conservation Commission and the Selectboard to put together a proposal for the state on how the land will be managed. Stay tuned.

12/14/2011 - Two dozen people showed up Monday evening for a public hearing called by the Bethel Conservation Commission to solicit input on what use or uses the town might make of the 2,300-acre parcel of Bingham Trust Land.  Read more: http://www.bethelcitizen.com/story/two-dozen-people-showed-monday-evening-public-heari

12/9/2011 - Mahoosuc Pathways has submitted a letter to the Conservation Commission / Town of Bethel providing input to the public hearing process concerning the possible use of the Bingham lands located off the North Road/Daisy Bryant Road.  Read our letter here: MPI_BinghamLand_FINAL.pdf

11/22/2011 - Appalachian Mountain Club Trails Blog

6/19/2011 The Portland Press Herald, by Carey Kish
Wandering away from ski trails around Bethel

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