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First Season Dinner & Auction

Click here for this year’s First Season Dinner and Auction Program. Think Spring! You’re invited to Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s “gem” of a benefit,” the First Season Dinner Auction on Saturday, March 15th at 5 PM at the impressive Fryeburg Academy Ada Wadsworth Arena, widely recognized as the valley’s social event of the year. Live [...]

First Season Dinner & Auction 2018-03-21T09:42:46+00:00

EcoForum: North Conway’s Farmer’s Market

Thurs, July 10, 12-1 PM Nature Learning Center Last summer the North Conway Farmer’s market took root, and took off in popularity! With over 15 local vendors selling everything from vegetables, to meat, cheese, coffee, ice cream and more, Valley residents and visitors had a variety of local items to purchase throughout the summer. On July 10, farmers market board member, Matt Trahan, will introduce some of the local vendors participating in the 2014 North Conway Farmers Market and discuss the importance of buying local and supporting the Valley’s farms.

EcoForum: North Conway’s Farmer’s Market 2018-03-21T09:42:46+00:00

EcoForum: Building the Best Mountain Bike Trails

Thurs, June 12, 12 – 1PM Nature Learning Center With both local residents and visitors using the Valley’s trail systems, it is important that they are built to endure a variety of foot and bike traffic. There are many important factors that need to be examined when building woodland trails, and local bike enthusiasts and trail builders, Jotham Oliver and Chris Krug know all about it. It is lot of work, but a trail done right lasts decades, for bikers and any trail users. Come learn how it’s done from the trail building experts!

EcoForum: Building the Best Mountain Bike Trails 2014-05-28T14:50:32+00:00

Wildflowers of Great Glen

Sun, June 8, 1 PM-3:30 PM Great Glen Trails Located at the base of the Mount Washington Auto Road, Great Glen Trails is host to many species of wildflowers from Bunchberries to Lady Slippers. Join Education Director Lori Jean Kinsey as we hike the trails of Great Glen in search of wildflowers

Wildflowers of Great Glen 2014-05-27T14:59:19+00:00

Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast

Sat, June 7, 8-9:30 AM Nature Learning Center In appreciation for all of the great things you do, we would like to thank our volunteers by treating them to breakfast. All you need to bring is your appetite! Please call 447-6991 for reservations.

Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast 2017-12-28T09:12:06+00:00

American Values, American Wilderness

Thurs, June 5, 7 PM Nature Learning Center Join us for the viewing of American Values: American Wilderness, a film commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Forest Service Wilderness Act. The film features an eclectic group of Americans and how wilderness has influenced their values from early childhood experiences to expressions of hope for the future. After the show, staff from the US Forest Service will lead a brief discussion about the film and this landmark legislation.

American Values, American Wilderness 2014-05-27T14:59:41+00:00

New England Has EPIPHYTES, Too!

Sat, May 31, 9 AM-12:30 PM Nature Learning Center, Albany Join Master Naturalist Dr. Rick Van de Poll for a slide show and walking tour of the tree epiphytes around Tin Mountain. Learn about those amazing two-in-one organisms - the lichens as well as the real story behind 'Freddie Fungus' and 'Alice Alga'... Learn to recognize mosses from liverworts, and common tree bark pathogens from endophloeic lichens. Discover the intricate and fascinating world of our arboreal micro-communities and find out why these typically overlooked organisms are an essential part of forest ecosystems. Bring a hand lens, your favorite field guides, boots and raingear - rain or shine! $10/member, $15/non-member.

New England Has EPIPHYTES, Too! 2018-04-21T11:39:48+00:00