The students were enthusiastic during a group in-school presentation the prior week to get psyched for their Monday hike.
It snowed last night: a three inch thick coffin lid to our seemingly endless summer. The first snowfall arrives like a shot across the bow. We’d expected it but some still grumble.
Forester Gabe Roxby explained several of the wildlife habitat, soil, and water quality considerations of the timber harvest.
Students walked the riverbank and took soil samples during habitat field trips.
Not a bad way to spend an early afternoon in late autumn.
Learn more about Contoocook River history and habitats while you hike.
Celebrate "Foliage Friday" outside with fresh air and a Sunset Hill hike.
A pop up hike with an eye toward history.
Naturalist Susie Spikol is all about the little things you can see around you that is wildlife.