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ACT Member Appreciation Event at Schilling Beer

Join us for an evening to remember at Schilling Beer. A Night Out for ACT Members   Come enjoy a festive holiday evening after work with great beer, delicious food, time to catch up with friends old and new. When: Thursday, December 18th from 5-7 PM Where: Schilling Beer, Mill Street, Littleton NH Why: Because we […]

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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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Birds, Breakfast, and Hike Sunday

Birds and Breakfast at Adair Country Inn Please join us this Sunday (May 25) of Memorial Day weekend for an early morning bird walk and special breakfast, or after lunch for our monthly Last Sunday hike. ACT and the Adair Country Inn just off  Route 302 in Bethlehem on Guider Lane, are offering a great event for birders of […]

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In Memory of Robert Starr

Our sympathies to the family of Robert Starr, a life long lover of the White Mountains and Cannon Mountain, who passed away at the age of 86. Our gratitude to his family, who  request that donations in his memory be made to ACT. You may do so by clicking here. You may also send a […]

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“Green” Timber Tour Sunday!

Everyone interested in using horses for logging, in how timber harvesting can be done to increase the long-term value of woodlands and enhance wildlife habitat and recreational uses, and in the latest “green” standards for forest management, is invited to tour our active timber harvest this Sunday, Feb. 23, at 1 p.m. Our Foss Forest […]

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Last Sunday Hikes – next one Feb. 23

Every last Sunday of the month we will host a hike on our conservation land. Details will be here, on Facebook, and in The Courier and Littleton Record. The inaugural hike of this series was from the Foss Forest parking area on Pearl Lake Road in Sugar Hill, up through the Bronson Hill Conservation Area […]

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News! Outstanding Gift to ACT and the North Country: the Gale Family Forest

A remarkably generous gift of land has been established as the Gale Family Forest in Lyman. ACT received the donation of 167 acres from Christopher and Pamela Gale of Charlottesville, Va. “We love this land, and 50 years ago when we bought it we thought we’d build our retirement home there,” said Chris Gale. “But […]

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4th Graders Visit Cooley-Jericho

Fourth graders from the Lafayette Regional School in Franconia recently visited the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest to learn about New Hampshire’s logging history. This was a great use of the new community forest led by County Forester Dave Falkenham. The 18 students from Garret Ferguson’s class learned how to estimated the circumference of a tree using […]

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Celebrate the Forest! Hike & Community Potluck Sunday Oct. 13

Thanks to our stalwart friends who cleared a new trail on the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest! We cleared a new route up the summit of Cole Hill. This will be part of the loop hike next Sunday, Oct. 13. Sunday October 13: 2 great ways to celebrate the new forest – everyone is invited! Hike the […]

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