The Upper Valley Land Trust helps people conserve land in 45 New Hampshire and Vermont towns. As a community-based land conservancy, UVLT chooses conservation methods and tools that engage and benefit area residents and inform and inspire participation in the stewardship of land resources.We invite you to learn about our work, explore some of the special places we have conserved, and join the volunteers and supporters who make our work possible.
Land Conservation Celebration
& Annual Membership Meeting
Thursday, June 8, 2016
Lyme Hill Conservation Area,
Route 10, Lyme, NH
Our celebration will include a variety of activities featuring our popular conservation area and trail. We invite you to join us for any and all. Reservations are required for dinner, other activities free and open to the public.
Come at 5:00p.m. for hikes and visiting.
- Walk to the wetland where the beavers have returned this year. (45 minutes, gentle hike, wear sneakers or sturdy shoes.)
- Naturalist talk with UVLT staff, discussion about meadow grassland management and pollinators at Lyme Hill Conservation Area.
- Meet UVLT staff and Trustees, visit with old friends and new, pick up information about land conservation and upcoming events.
6:00p.m. Early Summer Social: Casual food, beverages and music. (Reservations required)
7:00p.m. Brief Business Meeting and Conservation Celebration. Awards, elections, vote on restatement of bylaws*. Learn of the year’s activities and plans for the future.
* A summary of bylaws restatement is here.