Full Moon Snowshoe

From 7pm until 8pm

Join the staff on an evening snowshoe ramble through the beautiful fields and forests of TMCC in Albany. We will see whoooo is out and about on a mid-winters night. Dress warm and bring snowshoes or borrow ours.

Space is limited; reservations required. Call 447-6991 or click here to register online.


Sense of Place Community Forum: Supporting Diversity & Inclusion in the Outdoors

From 6:30pm until 8pm

How can we cultivate a more inclusive outdoor recreation community in the Mount Washington Valley?

On Wednesday, March 3 from 6:30-8PM live via Zoom, the public is invited to participate in “Supporting Diversity & Inclusion in the Outdoors,” a Sense of Place community forum. Join us to consider what practical steps user groups, local businesses, and local community members can take to support more diverse participation in the outdoors. Panelists from the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, REI, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Venture Out Project will share their perspectives, followed by a facilitated discussion. Emily Greene from the Saco Watershed Collaborative and Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve will moderate.

The event is free. Click here to register.


“Supporting Diversity & Inclusion” is one of a series of community forums on outdoor recreation and public lands in the Mount Washington Valley, organized through a collaboration of groups that are working to protect ecosystems and to invite humans to be in healthy relationship with the natural world and each other in shared public spaces: Access Fund, Appalachian Mountain Club, Backyard Concept, Chocorua Lake Conservancy, Granite Backcountry Alliance, Granite Outdoor Alliance, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, REI Co-op, Saco Watershed Collaborative, The Nature Conservancy, Tin Mountain Conservation Center, Upper Saco Valley Land Trust, Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve, the White Mountain National Forest, and the White Mountain Trail Collective.


A Consumer’s Guide to Electric Vehicles

From 7pm until 8pm

Electric and hybrid vehicles have come a long way in the past few years. Join us for a look at the EV market from a consumer’s perspective, including what vehicles are currently available, how EVs might fit into your lifestyle, and exciting innovations. A panelist of local EV drivers will also discuss their experiences with handling in snow & ice, planning routes & finding charging stations, and cost savings. 

Zoom link to come.


35th Annual First Season Benefit Auction

Plans for this year’s virtual event are underway and include a LIVE kick-off evening as well as an online auction similar to last year. The live portion is scheduled for March 20.  The online auction will open that night and close the following Sunday night, March 28, 2021. All proceeds from the auction benefit Tin Mountain.

Click here for more information.


Nest Boxes: Creating a Bird Friendly Yard

From 7pm until 8pm

How can you make your property more appealing to the area’s flying residents? Nest boxes are a great way to promote bird and bat species, but it’s important to know which boxes you want and where to hang them. Debra Marnich, Natural Resources Conservation Service, will discuss how to determine the bird and bat species in your area and what type of nesting boxes they utilize.

Deb will focus on the use of nesting boxes for supporting local wildlife.  Specifically, she will cover nesting habitats and natural cavities, box design for specific species, types of boxes, placement and installation of boxes, and maintenance of boxes.  If you are curious about the possibilities for your property, you won’t want to miss this program. Interested in taking action? The Carroll County Conservation District will be selling birdboxes this year. Matt Coughlan, Carroll County District Manager, will describe what boxes are available and how to order.

Zoom link to come.