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The Southern Connection: How North Carolina Helped Save New Hampshire’s Forests

What do a doctor from the Midwest, a forester from Germany, and a congressman from the South have to do with saving New England’s forests from destruction in the early 1900s? How did they help prevent these cherished woodlands from disappearing? This unlikely trio from the Blue Ridge Mountains helped protect the White Mountains—even though [...]

The Southern Connection: How North Carolina Helped Save New Hampshire’s Forests 2018-05-09T12:49:27+00:00

Migration Panama: the Fight for Survival in Disappearing Landscapes

Come learn about Conservación Panamá, a U.S. and Panamanian non-profit, their fight for conservation and about specific projects they are working on helping wintering migratory birds survive for their return sojourn to northern climes. 

Migration Panama: the Fight for Survival in Disappearing Landscapes 2018-04-24T19:01:27+00:00

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do Classroom session: Thursday, May 31, 7pm, TMCC Field session: Saturday, June 2, 9am-noon, Meet at the Maine Visitors Center on Rt 302 Have you ever thought about how the changing climate may influence land conservation? Have you heard of “climate adaptation” or [...]

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do 2018-04-24T18:52:46+00:00

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do Classroom session: Thursday, May 31, 7pm, TMCC Field session: Saturday, June 2, 9am-noon, Meet at the Maine Visitors Center on Rt 302 Have you ever thought about how the changing climate may influence land conservation? Have you heard of “climate adaptation” or [...]

Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do 2018-04-24T18:50:07+00:00

Wildflower Photography Workshop

Wildflower Photography Workshop Classroom session: Friday, May 18, 7pm, TMCC Field session: Saturday, May 19, 8:30am-1pm Great Glen Trails Join photographers Ed and Kathy Bergeron for this two-day photography workshop. The workshop will cover the fundamentals of lighting, exposure, and composition during the class session before putting these skills into action. All camera types and [...]

Wildflower Photography Workshop 2018-04-24T18:48:30+00:00

The Secret Life of Bees: Family Dynamics of a Healthy Honey Bee Colony

Athena Contus of Wonalancet Honey Bee Co, will present a fascinating overview of behaviors unique to family life in the complex super-organism of a honey bee colony and how honey bee routines differ from our native bee populations. Stories with images will be shared accompanied by video clips.

The Secret Life of Bees: Family Dynamics of a Healthy Honey Bee Colony 2018-04-24T18:35:23+00:00

Annual Meeting & Field Day

Join Tin Mountain for our annual meeting & field day! Field Trip Options: 7am: Birding in the Bog 8:30am: Vernal pool hike with Dr. Rick Van de Poll 10am: Solar tour with Tin Mountain Energy Team 10am: Family frog pond exploration Annual Meeting: 11:30am: Annual meeting & awards 12-1pm: Lunch 1pm: Keynote speaker: Dr. Rick [...]

Annual Meeting & Field Day 2018-04-24T18:46:04+00:00

EcoForum: Status of the Local Foods Movement in the Mount Washington Valley

Are farms in the Mount Washington Valley striving or diving? How do we as consumers make the most positive impact on local farms and how can we keep this open space protected? USVLT’s Jesse Wright and UNH Cooperative Extension’s Olivia Saunders will discuss the current local foods landscape in the Valley, including current efforts to [...]

EcoForum: Status of the Local Foods Movement in the Mount Washington Valley 2018-04-24T18:29:14+00:00

Birding in the Brownfield Bog

Join birders of all levels on this weekly bird walk through the bog and view the rich diversity of bird life that makes it way north to rest or nest. Bring binoculars (or borrow ours), rubber boots, and a snack. The program runs weekly on Saturday mornings April 28- May 26.

Birding in the Brownfield Bog 2018-04-24T18:22:50+00:00