Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region

You are here: HomeGet Involved

Get Involved

Get Involved and Support Us at Mount Agamenticus

Want to LEARN MORE about this natural gem thru a GUIDED PROGRAM?  

 The Mount Agamenticus Steering Committee has been working to protect the natural resources in this area and to improve visitor experiences and safety by conducting stewardship and outreach projects that balance water quality, wildlife habitat, and sustainable recreation.The program relies heavily on support through grants, volunteers, and donations to successfully reverse the trend of erosion and habitat fragmentation that had occurred over 30 years of neglect.

The management of trails and natural resources at Mount Agamenticus is supported by funds from the conservation landowners and the following generous organizations:

Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund Timberland Company 
Maine Recreational Trails Funding Program L.L. Bean/ Maine Coast Heritage Trust 
Fields Pond Foundation Rosamond Thaxter Foundation 
Davis Conservation Foundation The Nathaniel Wheeler Trust 
Aristotle Fund of Maine/Maine Community Foundation

 Tom's of Maine

Elmina B. Sewall Foundation

NH Charitable Foundation

Piscataqua Garden Club

Liberty Mutual Group

To learn more about how you can contribute please check out the various opportunities listed below or Contact the Conservation Coordinator. Your generosity will have lasting impacts and is greatly appreciated. Thank You!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 November 2017 09:57

Become a Friend of Mt. A

Become a Friend of Mt. AMount A Needs Friends!

The "Friends of Mount A" is a volunteer advocacy and stewardship group for the Mount Agamenticus Conservation Program. Our role is to assist Program staff in carrying out educational, interpretive, community outreach, and public use objectives without compromising the integrity of the region's sensitive ecological habitat.

Every Friend is important in helping the organization continue to grow. The Friends intend to expand their working partnership with the Town of York and Mount Agamenticus Steering Committee to become more actively involved with assisting the Mount A Conservation Program in the future.

Become a Friend of Mount A!  For more information please Contact the Conservation Coordinator.  

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 January 2016 10:41


Volunteer!Become a Volunteer

Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region consists of more than 10,000 acres of forest, wetlands, ponds and streams. It takes a lot of work to take care of this land. We are counting on support from volunteers to help protect this great place. There are many ways to help as individuals and as groups. You can volunteer with the conservation crew at the Mountain to improve trails or install signs or plant trees. There's lots of work to be done to protect the beauty and the environment of Agamenticus. Join us!

Volunteer - Click to see the numerous opportunites to make a difference!

Last Updated on Saturday, 28 January 2017 11:54


hawkDonations Welcome!
Please make checks payable to: 
“Mount Agamenticus Conservation” 
and mail to: 
York Parks and Recreation Department 
186 York Street
York, Maine 03909 

Cash contributions can be made in person or using our donation tubes located at the base and summit kiosks or inside the summit Learning Lodge. 

Proceeds go toward the conservation program to promote sound stewardship of the land and public education.  All donations are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!  Your generosity will have lasting impacts and is greatly appreciated!

Last Updated on Friday, 20 January 2017 14:44

Employment Opportunities at Mount A

Part Time, Seasonal & Internship Opportunities


 There are no positions

open at this time.


Please check back in the spring for summer 2018 trail crew and internship opportunities



To Apply: Please return the signed Town of York, Maine Application for Employment, and cover letter with any supplemental material (resume, reference letters, etc.) in person, by mail or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to:

York Town Hall
Attn: Department of Human Resources
186 York Street
York, Maine 03909-1314

For Inquires Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Conservation Coordinator: 207.361.1102 

The Town of York is an Equal Opportunity Employer

To apply to any of the above opportunities review the position descriptions and requirements.  To be considered submit required information including: Town of York, Maine Application for Employment

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 July 2017 10:15