The Ragged Mountain Foundation (RMF) is a nonprofit conservation group dedicated to preserving natural resources and maintaining public access to Connecticut’s high and wild places.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about who we are and what we do.Here’s an overview.
Adopt A Crag: Pinnacle Rock
Join the Ragged Mtn Foundation and Access Fund for our 2nd Annual clean-up event at Pinnacle Rock in Plainville.
Saturday, December 7, 2013 | 10am
Meet at Plainville Starbucks for carpools to the crag.
Please visit the RMF Facebook Event Page to RSVP and receive info, weather updates and arrange carpools from CT climbing gyms to the crag.
We Have a Blog!
The RMF is going green and publishing our OVERLOOK newsletter in blog form. This will allow us to save on printing and mailing costs while giving us more opportunity to communicate with the Connecticut climbing community. Let us know what you think.
Indicate your support and post your comments, photos and discussions on the "Ragged Mountain Foundation" page.
Winter 2010 / 2011 Overlook now posted online
Annual Photo Contest Winners announced
The new issue of Overlook, the RMF quarterly newsletter, is now available to read or download here. We encourage you to read Overlook online instead of printing it out. This distribution change furthers our environmental mission and helps to keep costs down. If you would prefer to continue receiving a paper copy in the mail please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know that you can always find the most recent and archived issues of Overlook, along with other RMF documents, in the RMF Library?
2010 Photo Contest Winners
1st Place Landscape, Gary Spinner, Grand Canyon
1st Place Action, Bob Clark, Natasha Piskonova at Ragged
2010 Wilcox Award Winners
Congratulations to local climbers Frank Dahlmeyer and Bill Lutkus, winners of the 2010 James Wilcox Award. Bill and Frank accepted the award and its $500 prize, which they used to help fund a climb of the Salathe Wall in Yosemite Valley, California. Read Parts I and II of their adventure now in the Fall 2010 and Winter 2011 issues of the RMF newsletter, Overlook.