From 7am until 2pm

At Nature Learning Center

Field Trips:

7 AM Brownfield Bog with Tin Mountain Naturalists - Meet Grants Parking Lot Brownfield ME

8 AM White Lot Brook with Mike Cline and Dick Fortin - Meet Weston’s Beach Parking Lot

9 AM Wildflower Walk Rockwell Sanctuary with TMCC Naturalists

Film Premiere:

11 AM The Tin Mountain Story Directed by Michelle Thornton and Produced and Edited by John W. Hession

Annual Meeting:

11:30 Annual Meeting

Noon Lunch

1 PM Keynote Speaker Nancy Bell

Nature Learning Center and more

Join us for morning field trips, film premier, annual awards, luncheon barbeque, and keynote speaker.

At 11 AM in the Great Room there will be a showing of the film The Tin Mountain Story This 13 minute film is the first in the  “Net Zero in New England” film series and tells the story of the creation of the Tin Mountain Conservation Center's new home through the voices of the people who made it and work in it. The Net Zero in New England film series is a project of the NH branch of the American Institute of Architects and the NH Architecture Foundation. Director John Hession The Tin Mountain Story was Directed by Michelle Thornton and Produced and Edited by John W. Hession.

At 1 PM Keynote Speaker, Nancy Bell who will discuss the Beebe River Tract Conservation Project involving the purchase by The Conservation Fund of 5,435 acres in Sandwich and Campton, NH on May 2, 2014 and the conservation efforts underway and planned for the future. Tin Mountain is working cooperatively with The Fund to restore eastern brook trout habitat headwater streams in the entire Beebe River watershed.

Reservations requested by calling 603-447-6991

Luncheon Cost: $10/person, $20/family