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Sunapee Ragged Kearsarge Greenway Summer Hike Schedule

Sunday, July 1 Proctor-Woodlands hike to “the Bulkhead” on Ragged Mt. Difficult up and back 3 miles with views. Lee Carvalho 581-8585 leecarvalho6@nullgmail.com Thursday, July 22 Trail Work Day-Give back to your local trail system and meet the SRKG trail crew. TBA Andy Hager 470-6009 andrew@nullhagerinvestments.com Sunday, July 30 Kearsarge Mountain Run-Kearsarge Valley Rd. to […]

Andover Cycling Club Starts Summer Season

The Andover Cycling Club (ACC) is excited for it’s second summer of promoting youth cycling in town! We hope to take advantage of the extensive trail networks on the Northern Rail Trail, Proctor Woodlands, and other area trails while introducing healthy living and a lifelong sport youth can enjoy with their family and friends. The […]

Reviewing Our Roles in Water Quality

“As we move into summer and welcome seasonal residents back to Andover, we become more aware of how fortunate the town is to have within its borders several bodies of fresh water that contribute to our quality of life in many ways. To remind readers of our common role in assuring continuing abundant clean water, […]

Loon Update, July 2017

After the downpour of rain yesterday, I went out this evening to check on the loon nest. Mother/Father loon is still sitting and I am happy to report that the water level at the nest site looks ok. Thanks to Jason Dudek, the level has been controlled at the dam. To the best of our […]

Highland Lake Protective Association News, July 2017

Highland Lake Protective Association News, July 2017

The folks from the HLPA are ready for summer! With a fairly average winter snow and cold-wise, ice-out on the lake was normal – on Easter Sunday April 16th, about on schedule and the same as most lakes in central New Hampshire. Ice-in was Dec 16th so there were 126 days of coverage. Quick recap: […]

Paddleboard Yoga Class to Begin on Highland Lake

Paddleboard Yoga Class to Begin on Highland Lake

A Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) yoga class will be offered on four Sunday mornings this summer beginning on June 25 and ending on July 16 at the Highland Lake Town Beach in East Andover, sponsored by the Andover Institute, an arm of the Andover Community Association. This class is appropriate for all levels of yoga […]

The Little Nature Museum Offers Workshop

The Little Nature Museum will hold an “Edible Wild Plants” workshop presented by Rudy Bourget, outdoor survival expert. The workshop will take place on Saturday, June 24 (rain date, 6/25) from 10 AM to noon at the Museum on 18 Highlawn Road in Warner. Learn to identify and safely prepare wild edible plants and learn […]

Ausbon Sargent Offers Hikes and Nature Walks

Dragonfly Walk on the Courser Property at Trumbull Pond in Webster, New Hampshire Thursday, July 13, 2-4pm. Pre-register for this free event as it fills quickly and is limited for space. Learn about and identify different species of dragonfly with Andy Deegan, Ausbon Sargent Land Specialist and dragonfly expert! Light refreshments provided. Register by contacting […]

Andover Horseshoe Club Announces Start of Season

Norm Green, President of the Andover Horseshoe Club, would like to extend an invitation to everyone to come join them on Thursday evenings (weather permitting) for horseshoe season. Sign up is at 6:45 PM and playing starts at 7 PM. Dues for the season are $20 to cover electric bill, paint, etc. Pay $5 each […]

FNRT-MC Minutes: May 17, 2017

Meeting of FNRT-MC’s Board of Directors was convened by co-president Lindy Heim. Others in attendance were Nita Tomaszewski, Chris Norris, Heather Deardorff, Craig Heim, and guest Prescott Towle. The meeting was held at Take Root Co. working Space in the Auerbach building, Franklin, New Hampshire. Treasurer’s report was submitted by e-mail from Steve Darling. We […]

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