25May2019

Birding in the Brownfield Bog

From 7am until 10am

At Meet at G&S Store in Brownfield

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. Our final week will be via canoe!

31May2019

Environmental Trivia

From 6:30pm until 8:30pm

At Tuckerman Brewing, Conway

Join Tin Mountain Conservation Center at Tuckerman Brewing Co. for a fun evening of environmental trivia, food, beer, & prizes! Come with a team or join one when you arrive.

Trivia starts at 7pm. $5 donation per participant.

31May2019

Environmental Trivia

From 6:30pm until 8:30pm

At Tuckerman Brewing, Conway

Join Tin Mountain Conservation Center at Tuckerman Brewing Co. for a fun evening of environmental trivia, food, beer, & prizes! Come with a team or join one when you arrive.

Trivia starts at 7pm. $5 donation per participant.

01Jun2019

Spring Wildflower Walk

From 10am until 12pm

At Great Glen Trails, Pinkham Notch

Come view the early summer wildflowers in Pinkham Notch on this morning walk. Species we expect to see include pink lady’s slipper, trout lily, star flower and more. Join us on this kick off to our North Country Nature Programs and explore north of the notch!

North Country Nature Programs are sponsored in part by the Tillotson Foundation.

01Jun2019

Spring Wildflower Walk

From 10am until 12pm

At Great Geln Trails, Pinkham Notch

Come view the early summer wildflowers in Pinkham Notch on this morning walk. Species we expect to see include pink lady’s slipper, trout lily, star flower and more. Join us on this kick off to our North Country Nature Programs and explore north of the notch!

North Country Nature Programs are sponsored in part by the Tillotson Foundation.

03Jun2019

MWV Beekeepers Meeting

From 7pm until 8:30pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Join us for an informal discussion about beekeeping in Mt. Washington Valley, whether it is to share your personal beekeeping stories or to learn about resources that are available. This meeting is open to anyone who is interesting in beekeeping or simply learning more about our local honeybee population. For more information please contact Emily Benson at missembenson@gmail.com .

 

04Jun2019

Solar Installations for Municipalities & Schools

From 6:30pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

There is rapidly growing interest in solar energy on the part of many towns in the Valley.  In response, the Tin Mountain Energy Team is pleased to host a presentation on June 4th at Tin Mountain at 6:30 PM of Solar Installations for Municipalities and Schools.  We have Henry Herndon and Ted Van Sant of Clean Energy NH who will be providing the basics of solar including explanations of the basics and vocabulary, financing, legislative issues, engineering considerations and examples of other towns' and schools' successes in New Hampshire.  We will also hear from Noreen Downs of Madison and Dick Bennett of Jackson who have each been instrumental in getting town approval for solar installations for their town buildings.  They will explain the processes they went through to research and propose particular projects.  There will plenty of time for questions.

This presentation is for the benefit of school board members, SAU administrators, town selectmen, planning board members, facilities managers, county commissioners, eager citizens, and friends of renewable energy.  

12Jun2019

Shiitake Logs

From 4pm until 6pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Interested in growing your own shiitake mushrooms? Learn how with this hands on programs. Participants will inoculate oak logs with shiitake mushroom spawn, learn how to care for and cultivate them, and leave with their very own mushroom log! Program cost: $5/member, $10/non-member; all materials provided.

13Jun2019

June EcoForum: TBA

From 12pm until 1pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

15Jun2019

Canoeing Kezar Pond: An Ecological Exploration

From 8:30am until 1pm

At Meet at Hemlock Bridge on Frog Alley Farm Rd, Fryeburg

Tin Mountain and Upper Saco Valley Land Trust are teaming up to host an early summer exploration of Kezar Pond with Dr. Rick Van de Poll. Kezar Pond is an oligotrophic glacial lake right off the Old Saco River course. Rick will provide an in-depth look at flatwater, river and pond ecology, water quality parameters, aquatic vegetation, and bog moat dynamics. Bring a snack, water, and layers. This inclusive program will provide all the information necessary for monitoring small water bodies.  Program fee: $10/person. Space is limited, call for reservations 447-6991.