Cottrell-Baldwin Series: Tim & Susan Caverly- FULL

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Allagash: New England’s Wild River

Join us for a presentation that includes music as well as scenic and historic photos from Maine’s ‘northern forest.’ Spectators will virtually canoe the world-famous river, discover forgotten logging history and learn about Native American archaeology. Narrated by former Supervisor Tim Caverly. Hear first-hand about the lore, legends, and colorful characters that Tim experienced during his 32-years while a Maine Park Ranger.

NOTE: Masks are recommended for all attendees. Registration will be limited to a maximum of 50 people at each of the 4 sessions. Space is limited. If you cannot attend, please let us know ASAP so we can offer a slot to those on a waiting list.


SPEAKERS: Tim & Susan Caverly

A photo of Tim Caverly in his Maine ranger uniform with the covers of two of his books.
Tim Caverly (Photo: Courtesy)
Tim Caverly has spent his life in Maine’s outdoors. Growing up shadowing his father who was a fire warden with the Maine Forest Service and his brother, a ranger in Baxter State Park, it was natural for him to seek a career in the outdoors. Tim is originally from Skowhegan, Maine and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree and a teaching certificate from the University of Maine at Machias. 

Tim was supervisor of the Allagash Wilderness Waterway for eighteen years retiring in 1999 after a 32-year career. Tim currently resides in Millinocket, and worked for five years in the Millinocket School System.

Through his and Frank Manzo’s “New England Reads” project, by January 2022 Tim with his wife Susan had presented 309 programs to over 10,363 students in Maine and N.H. In addition the Allagash Tails team has donated 2,224 books to 207 schools in Maine, N.H. and MA. Tim's latest book is From Within-Intrigue on the AllagashLearn more here.

The logo of the NH Division of Forests and Lands is a yellow and red badge.Each year, the popular late-winter Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series celebrates the environmental and scholarly legacy of Annette and Bill Cottrell and State Research Forester, Henry I. Baldwin.

Sponsored by NH Division of Forests and Lands and Society for the Protection of NH Forests.

Baldwin Environmental Center at Fox State Forest

309 Center Road
HillsboroHillsborough County, New Hampshire 03244