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Conservation Commission: Critical Issues

This is the third blog in a series, if you haven’t already, check out the other Conservation Commission blogs: Meet Member Brett Gagnon and Brett’s Experience. What are the most critical issues facing conservation efforts in the next 3 years?  Most of the issues facing conservation efforts, both locally and globally boil down to sustainability. […]

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Conservation Commission: Brett’s Experience

This is the second blog in a series, if you haven’t already, check out the other Conservation Commission blog: Meet Member Brett Gagnon. Why is it important to have younger members on the Conservation Commission?  Like many groups, organizations and teams its always helpful to have the most diverse array of members. The old saying […]

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Your Guide To Spring Hiking In New Hampshire

Spring hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains can be a frustrating and humbling time to spend on the trails. Snow tends to linger on the high peaks well into late May- early June, and daytime temperatures remain rather chilly. Hikers need to be prepared for postholing in soft snow and water crossings in frigid streams. […]

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8 Fun Winter Activities In New Hampshire

1. Go Cross-Country Skiing Not only does the state of New Hampshire cater to the downhill skier, but there are also dozens of great spots to cross-country ski with incredible mountain views as your back drop. The Jackson XC Ski Touring Trail system offers spectacular views of Mount Washington and the rest of the White Mountain […]