For the children, present and future.

Posted on Friday, March 29th, 2019

“When I go into the Scotchmans,” Matt Nykiel says, “I love imagining the generations of people before me who saw and experienced the same incredibly rugged landscape that still exists in the Scotchmans today.”
“I love imagining my kids and their kids going into the Scotchmans years from now, and being able to see and experience the same wild country I did; being able to find their own wild place.”
Matt’s vision of the future is enhanced by his action in the present as a trail volunteer, political advocate and financial supporter.
“The landscape of the Scotchmans is humbling for me. This wild place makes me feel part of something larger.”

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