Tick Season Has Arrived; Learn How To Stay Safe

UNH Extension website offers helpful information

By Lee Wells

One of the great joys of warmer weather in New Hampshire is getting outside to enjoy that better weather and the natural beauty of our state.  Some of the dampers on that enjoyment are the annoying small critters that we find and that find us when we are outside. If you and your family spend […]

Hikers Invited to Walk Eight Self-Guided Hikes in Eight Towns

Ausbon Sargent prints guide in celebration of Earth Day

Press Release
Hikers Invited to Walk Eight Self-Guided Hikes in Eight Towns

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Ausbon Sargent invites you to explore some of the beautiful lands that you have helped preserve. Following are eight self-guided hikes in eight different towns. Each of the trails are well-marked with available parking and are perfect for self-guided hikes on your schedule. Directions to each hike […]

Local Sugarhouse Operators Report About-Average Yield

Cancellation of Maple Weekend had big impact on sales

By Larry Chase
Local Sugarhouse Operators Report About-Average Yield

As the maple sugar season wrapped up in early April, owner-operators of local sugarhouses seemed to agree that “it was a pretty good year” — about average, most indicated. Mark Cowdrey, who operates Ragged View Farm at 111 Bradley Lake Road, put it this way in an e-mail exchange: “I made about my average — […]

Options Abound for People To Enjoy The Outdoors Safely

There are numerous trails and town-owned lands; beaches

By Tina Cotton

Staying at home is the new norm. Enjoy the outdoors locally, alone or with your family. You can work in your yard, walk, bike along your road or the Rail Trail (visit FNRT.org), or hike numerous trails in town. Three of the more popular trails are a segment of the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway (SRKG); Cascade Brook; […]

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