Get involved by joining our Trails or another MAI committee. Our committee members often help amend our policies to better deal with this and other dynamic situations.  We consider our land use policies to be “living policies”, meaning they can be downloaded and marked up with changes at any time, and then brought to the MAI board of trustees to be discussed and voted on.

Volunteer to help with the removal of poison ivy along our trails. To do so contact our Wildlands Coordinator at :

Donate money to help cover the cost of  removal by paid workers.