Please tune in on Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7pm for a lively program – we’ll take a richly illustrated armchair tour of the wildlife and past lives of our many protected lands, and give a preview of our new strategic plan, Promise to Protect. Test your knowledge of Hanover conservation history – we’ll treat you to a couple of pop quizzes, and you’ll be eligible to win a Hanover Conservancy cap.
A brief business meeting precedes the program, when our members are asked to elect two new members to our board of directors. The board has nominated Marc Hiller and Russell Muirhead to take the place of Patrick O’Hern and Jill Kearney Niles, who are stepping down. Meet Marc and Russ below.
Register here and mark your calendar; participants will be emailed a Zoom link and event reminder a few days before the event!
Zoom Link For 2021 Annual Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6036433433
2021 ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
- 7:00 – Gather by Zoom; BYO refreshments
- 7:05 – Welcome by President Heidi Trimarco
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
- Minutes of the 2020 Meeting – Mary Brown, Vice President
- Treasurer’s Report – Ryan Johnson, Treasurer
- Election of new board members – Heidi Trimarco
- 7:20 – PROGRAM– Exec. Director Adair Mulligan
- Hidden stories of Hanover Conservancy lands
- Our new strategic plan, Promise to Protect
- Trivia! – Myrilla Hartkopf, Program Coordinator
- Preview of our new video
- 8:00 – Questions and discussion
- 8:30 Adjourn
The Board of Directors asks the membership to approve the nomination of Marc Hiller and Russell Muirhead to fill two newly vacant seats.
Marc Hiller – Marc has worked with forestry companies, nonprofit organizations, and communities on sustainable forest management and conservation issues. He currently works with Mercuria’s Environmental Products group, supporting landowners to maintain and increase carbon stocks on forested properties through enrollment in carbon offset projects. Previously, Marc worked on forestry investments with The Lyme Timber Company and GreenWood Resources. He has served on the boards of the Willamette Partnership, The Climate Trust, and Ecologic Development Fund. Marc holds Master’s degrees in Forestry and in Business Administration from Yale. He lives with his wife, Erica, and young family on Reservoir Road.
Russell Muirhead – Russ is the Robert Clements Professor of Democracy and Politics at Dartmouth College and is the author of A Lot of People Are Saying, a book about conspiratorial thinking in American politics. He is also serves on the Hanover-Lyme delegation in the NH House of Representatives, where he sits on the Election Law Committee. An active hiker, Nordic skier, and cyclist, Russ lives with his wife, Antonia, on Lyme Road.