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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 […]

The Little Nature Museum Opens for Season

The Little Nature Museum in Warner is now open for the season. This hands-on family museum is the perfect place to learn about the many gifts of Mother Nature. Not only will visitors enjoy viewing the displays, they may handle many of the artifacts and test their knowledge about them. Numerous activities will entertain children […]

AF&G Club’s Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby Highlights

AF&G Club’s Annual Kid’s Fishing Derby Highlights

  It was a rainy day on May 6 for the Andover Fish and Game Club’s (AF&G) 22nd Annual Kids’ Spring Trout Fishing Derby, but 39 kids made it out, armed with their fishing poles. The Derby took place, as usual, along the Highland Lake Channel by the AF&G Clubhouse. Free hot dogs and refreshments […]

Camping Season Right Around the Corner

Camping Season Right Around the Corner

  Experienced campers know that New Hampshire is prime camping country. The Granite State is known for spectacular vistas, serene woodland settings, crystal clear lakes and rivers, and nothing gets you closer to these scenic wonders than camping. Under the stars, nestled in a tent, or parked at the junction of civilization and nature, camping […]

Ausbon Sargent Upcoming Events

Forest Health Woods Walk with County Foresters and the ASLPT Land Protection Specialist   Friday, June 2, 4 to 6 PM. (Rain or Shine) Clark Pond Natural Area, Bog Road – New London 1.8 mile easy hike with a focus on forest habitat and insect and disease pests of trees. Free event – please register […]

Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust Hosts Workshop

The Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust will offer its annual Easement Monitoring Workshop on Thursday, June 8, from 2 to 6 PM. As Ausbon Sargent proudly protects more properties, we continually need additional easement monitors. This is a great opportunity for you to be in the woods making a positive contribution toward saving our rural […]

An Interesting Nature Walk

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