Come spend a morning out-of-doors with friends and neighbors helping to steward some of the Chocorua Lake Conservancy’s walking trails.
Join Lynne Flaccus, naturalist and Chocorua Lake Conservancy Stewardship Director for a Trail Stewardship Day on the CLC’s Clark Reserve, trimming along the trails and working on some of the wet areas that have developed over time. The Clark Reserve, located to the north and east of Chocorua Lake, has a number of trails connecting The Nature Conservancy’s Bolles Reserve and CLC’s Scott Reserve, and is home to the Splitting Stone and the Valley of the Boulders.
Along the way participants can learn about the new forest trails that have been established and the focus on forestry for wildlife during our last timber harvest. The trails we will work on are moderate and will require only the use of hand tools. Bring gloves and your favorite clippers, appropriate clothing and footwear, and water and a snack. We’ll meet at 9AM at the head of the Old Mail Road on Chocorua Lake Road, just east and downhill from Philbrick Neighborhood Road, and head up into the woods from there. Look for the boulders that mark the entrance to Old Mail Road. Questions? Call Lynne at the office, 603-323-6252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo: Juno Lamb