29Jul2017

Mt. Washington Century Ride

Whether you are interested in riding or volunteering, we hope you'll consider joining us for this great event!

10Aug2017

EcoForum: Summer Research Recap

From noon until 1pm

At Nature Learning Center

Join Tin Mountain's research interns for an overview of the season's field work and a closer look at some of the interesting findings.

12Aug2017

Canoe Trip Lake Umbagog

From 6:30am until 5pm

At Jackson Historical Society

Head north for a day paddle exploring the wilds of Lake Umbagog.  Bald eagles, loons, ospreys, and moose are possibilities.  Bring, binoculars, lunch, and your own canoe or kayak, or borrow ours.  Call 447-6991 for reservations.  Cost- $10/person.

17Aug2017

Birding the Freedom Town Forest

From 6:30am

At Meet at the Nature Learning Center to carpool

Charlie Nims will lead this summer birding exploration in the Freedom Town Forest.  Grouse, turkeys, hawks, and nighthawks are some of the possibilities. 

19Aug2017

Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb

At Auto Road, Pinkham Notch

Whether you choose to ride(!) or volunteer, we hope you join us for this great event. Interested in volunteering? contact Kathryn Thorney (kthorney@tinmountain.org).

24Aug2017

Covered Bridge Forest Fire Hike

From 1pm

At Meet at Covered Bridge parking lot

Visit the site of the fall 2016 forest fire in the White Mountain National Forest to see the recovery of the forest after one year.  Naturalist David Govatski , who worked for many years fighting fires for the National Forest Service will lead us on this hike to see firsthand how a forest rebounds after a fire event.  We will be hiking the three mile Boulder Loop Trail which is a moderately difficult trail.  Wear sturdy boots and bring water and a sack. 

24Aug2017

The Ecology of Forest Fires

From 7pm

At Nature Learning Center

David Govatski, who fought fires with the National Forest Service  will discuss the role of forest fires in the ecosystem, how plant and wildlife communities are affected, prescribed burning, fire prevention and detection, fire weather, and more complex issues such as adequate funding at the national level to manage forest fires under a changing climate. He will look at the history of fires in the White Mountain National Forest including the Lucy Brook Fire, the Covered Bridge Fire, and the Table Mountain Fire.