Help Support the Fjord Trail
Get involved to support the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail and the trails and public spaces it's working to make safer and more accessible. You can help us advance the long-term care and maintenance of the natural resources so many love to enjoy.
We're fundraising to help support the Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail - both the construction and long-term maintenance and management needs.
Thank you for your support!
NY-NJ Trails Conference Volunteers help conduct trail counts at Breakneck Trailhead and provide valuable hiker orientations to keep people safe on the trail. They also organize trail maintenance projects in the Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve and elsewhere. Visit their site to see how you can get involved.
The Friends of Fahnestock and Hudson Highlands State Parks is a non-profit group dedicated to improving and maintaining these two important natural and recreational resources in collaboration with the State. The group organizes improvement projects, volunteer days, and conducts fundraising to support improvements. Visit their site to learn more about their current initiatives and how you can get involved!
For over thirty years the Little Stony Point Citizens' Association has worked to help maintain and improve the land, trails, and beach of Little Stony Point and its surrounding shoreline. In addition to active volunteer days, they also host a number of popular community events which serve as fundraisers to support projects at Little Stony Point. Join this fun community group today!
Three of our project partners are working to support the Fjord Trail and the care and maintenance of the Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve. See how you can get involved!