A 77 foot, 5 ton white pine has now made its way through downtown Hanover from Oak Hill to the Mink Brook Nature Preserve, courtesy of Chippers, Liberty Utilities, Lawson Crane & Rigging, Dartmouth College, Royal Trail Works, and loads of volunteers. It’s resting now at the Brook Road gate and offering a temporary exhibit on events in the life of Hanover and this tree while it was growing. Stop by to have a look! UPDATES POSTED HERE
Our spring roster of trips is now ready! Current Hanover Conservancy members will receive a colorful announcement shortly. Come explore with us! Our trips are free and open to all.
Follow the link below for a list of our upcoming trips.
Did you miss our program On Tap: Maple Sugaring in NH with Tim Bent and Rich Menge?
Watch the recording of the program below or on the Howe’s YouTube Page.
Sat., Oct. 29, 9-11am
Rediscovered early roads, new trails, restored lands—all this and more are waiting to be explored at Hanover’s oldest conservation area with
members of the Pine Park Association.
Rain date: Sun. Oct. 30.
Meet: Across from Dartmouth Outing Club House.
Leaders: Barry Harwick, Linda Fowler, Myrilla Hartkopf
Register for the event here!
As the spring songbird migration winds down and the butterfly migration picks up, there are some prime viewing sports right in Hanover! The Trust for Public Lands has put together a list of butterfly hotspots across the country including the Mink Brook Community Forest and Hudson Farm! Both spots contain open wildflower-filled meadows that are prime habitats for these pollinators.
Read the full article here