Tree Farm Field Day
Join the N.H. Tree Farm Program at Star Lake Tree Farm on October 13.
Join us as we visit this large (1,572 acre), multiple-use property that includes an active cattle farm, a maple sugaring operation, and diverse fields, forests and wetlands.
Daniel Thorne and his forester, Jeff Snitkin, have been paying careful attention to the forest—creating diverse and healthy regeneration while growing good quality timber through sound forestry practices. The property provides excellent habitat for many wildlife species, and the access roads serve for forest management activities as well as for recreation. The public is welcome to walk, hike and ski along the scenic roads which are a part of the 75-mile Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway Trail.
More than 1,450 Tree Farmers manage 500,000 acres of forestland in the Granite State. Each year, the N.H. Tree Farm Committee awards one Tree Farm the honor of Outstanding Tree Farm of the Year.
Activities during the day will include ...
- Visit the maple sugaring operation.
- Discuss wildlife habitat values.
- Learn about conservation easements.
- Learn about field reclamation.
- Tour the Durgin and Crowell Mill.
- Make nature crafts for young kids.
- And much more!
A more detailed schedule is in the flyer.
Registration is by mail. Open the flyer to find the registration form. Register by October 6.
Questions about the program, contact Rita Carroll at (603) 224-9945 or email@example.com.