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
Sat., Sept. 10, 10-11am
Join us for a bi-lingual (English/Spanish) natural scavenger hunt, geared for families of pre-school and elementary school-aged children.
We’ll enjoy exploring al aire libre en la naturaleza on an easy hike for legs of all lengths.
Meet: Mink Brook Nature Preserve.
Leader: Silvia Holman, Richmond School Spanish teacher & Conservancy volunteer.
Advanced registration is required. Register for the event here
Join Hanover Conservancy for a guided hike in our Mink Brook Nature Preserve. We’ll share the story behind its protection and the change in land use that allowed the wild brook trout to return to the Mink Brook watershed.
Meet: Parking area at the end of Brook Rd (11 Brook Rd), Hanover, NH
Leader: Myrilla Hartkopf
This hike is about 1.2 miles and will take about 1 1/2 hours.
Please register in advance for this walk by contacting Jared Jenisch at email@example.com.
Co-Sponsored with The Howe Library