SUMMER 2019

summer is here! celebrate the long days and sunshine with Act.

Get adventuring outdoors with more chances to get out this summer then come inside for some great learning with ACT.

ACT’s ‘Shoes & Brews℠ series returns in its regular slot on 2nd Saturdays and make some time for a morning stroll at our Mid-week Walks (& Picnics) on the last Wednesdays of July and August.

The Summer Speaker Series will not be on a regularly scheduled day so please be sure to scroll through and mark your calendar so you don’t miss them.

Registrations for July events are live, scroll down for links and info. Be sure to come back often to find out more about our 2019 partners for walks and talks as well as where we’ll be headed for new trails and local brew spots to discover.

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July 2019

Saturday, July 13th, 1:45 - 5 PM
Dalton/Lancaster, NH

Join us on Saturday July 13th from 1:45 - 5:00 p.m. for ACT's Summer 'Shoes & Brews℠series kick off in Coös County! Explore trails on land not usually accessible to public in Dalton.

We’ll head up Spruce Knob on Dalton Mountain along wide wooded paths to a panoramic view of the CT River and surrounding ranges. We’ll then make our way down to the Copper Pig Brewery in Lancaster for a chance to catch up and cool off.

ACT's Outreach Director Gal Potashnick alongside ACT members and property owners, Jim & Sandy Dannis, will lead the group(s). We’ll move at a slow to moderate pace with plenty of stops for water and to take in the flora and fauna that may cross our path.

For more info click on the image. Ready to register today? Click the button above! Registration is required - for your safety and enjoyment we must cap the walk at 15 participants; please be sure to pre-register ASAP.

 

Summer Speaker Series: Dragonflies in Your Backyard

Friday, July 19th, 6 - 7:30 PM
Crapo Building, Sugar Hill, NH

Join us at the Crapo Building in Sugar Hill on Friday, July 19th, to learn about the wide and wondrous world of dragonflies in our region with special guest speaker and founding ACT member, Carl Martland. We'll cover a range of the more than two dozen dragonflies you might spot around these parts, their ecology and where to find them!

For more info click on the image. Ready to register today? Click the button above! Registration is not required but is appreciated to help for planning.

 

Mid-Week Walk (& Picnic) at Bronson Hill

Wednesday, July 31st, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Bronson Hill/Overlook Farm, Sugar Hill, NH

Make time on the last Wednesday of July & August for a morning stroll with ACT's mid-week summer walks (and optional picnics). The first mid-week walk is Wednesday, July 31st, at 10 a.m. in Sugar Hill!

Bring a friend and join us for a wander along old woods roads to the beautiful open fields atop Bronson Hill. We'll walk down to the historic cabin and enjoy sweeping views of Franconia Ridge and beyond.

For more info click on the image. Ready to register today? Click the button above! Registration is required - for your safety and enjoyment we must cap the walk at 15 participants; please be sure to pre-register ASAP.


We’re working hard to plan events for this summer and fall please come back again soon to see what we have coming up starting in June. Have questions about registration, membership or otherwise? Please email Gal at outreach@act-nh.org or call the office at (603) 823-7777.

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Becoming part of ACT helps protect your favorite places! Your membership dollars go toward protecting farmland, forests, clean water and clean air for everyone.  Year after year we work to make open spaces available to the public, to help keep farms productive, viable and close to home, and to protect our iconic and wondrous wildlife. Make a difference in your life as well as the lives future generations. Help keep the North Country a pristine working landscape.


Visit our Facebook page for wonderful photos of our past events, including our Cooley-Jericho Potluck and Hikes, Summer Nature Walks, 'Shoes & Brewsand Community Harvest Potluck.

You can help support our programs year-round by making a donation or becoming a member today. Click here for our easy online donation form, or call us at 603-823-7777 for more information. Our members make land conservation, education, and outdoor fun possible for the whole community.

Thank you!