Cottrell-Baldwin Series: Covered Bridges of NH
Did you know New Hampshire was once home to over 300 covered bridges? While most are now long gone, today over 61 remain, 46 of which are over a century old! The Forest Society is proud to welcome Kim Varney Chandler to share her research on covered bridges in the Granite State, along with some interesting facts she discovered along the way. You will not want to miss this opportunity to learn about our state’s rich and wonderful history.
Kim Varney Chandler is a researcher, amateur genealogist, photographer, bird watcher, and dog lover. She is a two-time graduate of the University of New Hampshire (‘91, ‘96G). When not immersed in researching covered bridges, Kim works as a high school counselor and spends as much time as she can volunteering for various organizations. A life-long resident of New Hampshire, she currently resides in Hancock with her husband, Marshell, and Pemi, the hiking therapy dog.
The annual Cottrell-Baldwin series is co-sponsored by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and the NH Division of Forests & Lands Caroline A. Fox Research & Demonstration Forest.
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