Tell Your Representative to Join the A.T. Caucus
The ATC works every day to advance the preservation and maintenance of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail (A.T.). A vital component of our work is ensuring our U.S. Representatives know what is important for all A.T. users and the protection of the unique Trail experience.
Since 2018, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Caucus — or A.T. Caucus — has provided a convening space for Members of Congress who are enthusiastic about the Trail. Co-chaired by Representatives Don Beyer (D-VA) and Phil Roe, M.D. (R-TN), the A.T. Caucus works directly with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) to help members stay informed on the latest Trail issues and know which bills and hearings in Congress are of special importance to the Trail and our A.T. Communities from Maine to Georgia.
The Caucus, like the A.T., is non-partisan. The only requirements for membership are serving in the U.S. House and being passionate about the A.T. Our Representatives come from all walks of life and have a variety of experiences that inform how they work for the greater good. When ATC advises Caucus members, it is to promote sustainable public lands management, encourage volunteerism, advocate for the A.T. landscape and promote the value of outdoor recreation in rural economic development.
These are the current members of the A.T. Caucus:
Dr. Phil Roe (TN-01) Co-Chairman and Founder
Doug Collins (GA-01)
Jim McGovern (MA-02)
Joe Kennedy III (MA-04)
Jamie Raskin (MD-08)
David Price (NC-04)
Mark Meadows (NC-07)
Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18)
Troy Balderson (OH-12)
Matt Cartwright (PA-17)
Morgan Griffith (VA-09)
Jennifer Wexton (VA-10)
If your Representative is not listed above, send them an email using our outreach form below and ask them to support the preservation of not only the world-class hiking experience the A.T. provides, but also the largest contiguous open space in the eastern United States!
Don’t know who your Representative is? Visit the U.S. House website to find out!