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Community Forest Hike Feb. 7

Winter is a great time to explore the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest! Everyone is invited to a hike on Saturday, Feb. 7 from  1:30 – 4:30 p.m. The hike will start from the end of Jim Noyes Hill Road in Landaff. Park along the road, but carpool if possible as parking is limited. If you want […]

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Stewardship Team Meetings

Stewardship Team Meetings EASTON – This series of meetings is designed to help educate our Stewardship Team about the ecosystem management units and wildlife management in the Community Forest. All meetings are being led by our consulting ecologist, Jesse Mohr of Native Geographic. Anyone who is interested in learning more about the Forest is welcome […]

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Sugar Hill Days 2015 Calendar

We’re delighted to offer a wonderful gift for the holidays – a 2015 Sugar Hill Days calendar by long-time ACT member Carl Martland.  For nearly 15 years Carl has been taking pictures and recording details of life in his “back 40″ in Sugar Hill. With a keen eye he’s kept track of all sorts of […]

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Cooley-Jericho Community Potluck Nov. 8

Everyone is invited to the second annual community potluck for updates and input into the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest. The potluck is at the Sugar Hill Town Hall on Saturday, Nov. 8 starting at 5:30 pm. Please bring a covered dish and BYOB. The Community Forest was created one year ago when ACT purchased 840 acres […]

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Come to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

We’re excited to host an evening of great adventure and inspirational films! It’s the 2014 Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a national touring event. It’s at the Colonial Theatre in Bethlehem, Saturday, Oct. 11, doors open at 6 and the films start at 7. Buy tickets on-line at http://bit.ly/wildscenicfilmfestival14. The Film Festival is in support of our Clean Water/Healthy Trout project, and is […]

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Clean Water/Healthy Trout: Join Us June 13

Eastern brook trout, our native fish, and are an iconic symbol of New England. What’s good for brook trout is also good for people and for all sorts of wildlife. We all need clean water, and that means healthy streams.  Bring the whole family to kick off a creative new approach to conserving and restoring brook trout […]

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Bugs, Birds, and Butterflies Discovery Walk Saturday

Calling Kids of Any Age!  What crawls, creeps, and flies through our fields? Come find out by exploring with the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust this Saturday, June 7 at 2 p.m. at the Whipple Field Conservation Area on Route 117 in Sugar Hill, next to Polly’s Pancakes. This event with ACT naturalist Steve Sabre will be […]

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Lisbon students help restore Ammonoosuc River

Students from Lisbon Regional School helped us tremendously by planting 1500 (!) willow, dogwood, and elderberry stakes along the banks of the Ammonoosuc River. Our goal is to stabilize the riverbank and decrease erosion by revegetating the bank and the floodplain. This work is on a new property we’ve just acquired between Route 302 and […]

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Bird Hike and Trout Conservation Saturday

Spring seems late this year, but by this weekend there should be many new migratory songbirds in the woods. Everyone is invited to explore a stretch of the Ham Branch in Franconia this Saturday, May 10 to look for birds and other wildlife. After the bird walk, a presentation will be offered on a new […]

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Last Sunday Hike Today

Meet at 1 pm. at the Foss Forest log landing on Pearl Lake Road, 1.25 miles from the Pearl Lake/Route 117 intersection, in Sugar Hill. Rain or shine. ACT holds a walk every last Sunday of the month. Friends, kids, dogs all welcome!

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