CarriageTowneNews.com, Kingston, NH

December 12, 2013

Conservation Programs


Carriage Towne News

---- — DEERFIELD — Bear-Paw Regional Greenways will host several events in the coming months. All programs are free and open to the public, unless indicated otherwise. Please pre-register at info@bear-paw.org, www.bear-paw.org, or 603-463-9400, so that Bear-Paw can provide adequate materials for everyone and notify participants in case of any last minute changes, unless otherwise noted.

What’s a Conservation Easement? How can it work for you, your family, and your property? Bear-Paw is offering an informative fieldtrip for landowners, their families, and others interested in learning about how conservation can work for them on Sat., December 14, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Harvey and Barbara Harkness Easement in Epsom. Conservation easements allow families to permanently protect their land from development while retaining ownership. For all those who have been thinking about doing something to protect their land or helping to protect land in their town, this will be an opportunity to get expert advice from Phil Auger, a retired UNH Cooperative Extension Educator and land protection specialist.

Bear-Paw welcomes donations from artists, writers, and craftspeople for this fundraising effort.

Please contact Daniel Kern at info@bear-paw.org or 463-9400 if you would like to make a contribution to the raffle.

For additional information, call 603-463-9400, or email info@bear-paw.org.