Artist Byron Carr of Contoocook, NH, has generously donated to the CLC two beautiful, framed oil paintings of the Chocorua Lake Basin, with Mount Chocorua in the background.
Meet new friends or old, learn new steps, or teach familiar ones to a friend or neighbor, and be part of a longstanding New England tradition, all in one evening.
We know how hard it is to get through a New Hampshire winter even with all the modern conveniences. How did the people who inhabited these lands before English colonists arrived live and survive through our changing seasons?
14,500 years ago, Tamworth and the surrounding area was covered by nearly a mile of ice. What happened after that? Using new LiDAR imaging, geologist Rick Allmendinger will show us, and will also share what climate models portend for NH in the next 80 years.
Come help us re-supply mulch on the fruiting shrubs that were planted in the fall. The winter snows have settled the mulch we placed when shrubs were planted, and they could use a new layer to help make sure the roots stay moist and protected.
Join Chocorua Lake Conservancy Stewardship Director Lynne Flaccus and Lucy Gatchell from the Tamworth Conservation Commission for “Celebrate Spring and Get Ready for “Big Night,” an exploration of vernal pools through images, sounds and conversation.
Can you imagine New Hampshire without the White Mountains? Join the Chocorua Lake Conservancy for a screening of The People’s Forest: The Story of the White Mountains, one of the greatest environmental comeback stories in US history. We are delighted to be joined by filmmaker David Huntley, who will speak about making the documentary, and answer audience questions.