Headlines often tell us about the effects of climate change around the world. What can we do here in New Hampshire to build resilience for our lakes and rivers, hiking trails, fields and forests, and communities in the face of changing temperatures and more extreme weather events?
Human snowbirds aren’t the only population that heads south for the winter. Our fields, forests and wetlands this time of year are stops on a long, complex and challenging journey for many of our avian friends.
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.