The White Mountain National Forest is a very scenic landscape, but it was not always that way. A century ago many of the mountainsides were cut over and blackened landscapes. Join Dave Govatski for the story of how ten especially scenic areas were identified and protected by the early foresters of the White Mountain National Forest. The scenic areas carry familiar names such as Mount Chocorua, Greeley Ponds, Lincoln Woods, Nancy Brook, Rocky Gorge and Sawyer Ponds.
Tin Mountain’s Nature Program Series is sponsored in part by L.L. Bean and the Evenor Armington Foundation, and the Residence Inn by Marriott North Conway. Donations of $3/person or $5/family are appreciated; members are free. For
more information call 447-6991 or visit www.tinmountain.org.