Mason Pond Conservation Area Dedication
October 1, 2 pm.
UVLT and the Orford Conservation Commission will celebrate the success of the Mason Pond project with a dedication on on October 1. Refreshments, remarks, walk to the pond. Enjoy the beauty and history of this special place as we dedicate ourselves to its long-term conservation and stewardship. Rain or shine, all are welcome.
Directions: From Route 10 in Orford, follow Route 25A east approximately 3.9 miles. Turn right onto Quinttown Road. Go approximately 1.8 miles to the first right turn onto Mousley Brook Road. Follow it for .4 miles. About 400 feet after you turn onto Mousley Brook Road the road takes a sharp right (do not turn left onto Marsh Road), follow it uphill and to the left. At .4 miles the UVLT land is on both sides of the road. Look for signs and parking on your right.
Paddle the Border
Sunday October 2, 2016
This event is in its 13th year. The PTB was started as a way for community organizations from Vermont and New Hampshire to work together to showcase our share asset, the Connecticut River. PTB promotes the natural, cultural, scenic, and recreational resources of the Connecticut River in a way that also provides an economic boost to the area. PTB is held twice a year, weather permitting.
Put in at Newbury/Haverhill Crossing boat launch and take out at Bugbee Landing at the Bradford Community Field in Bradford, VT. The Fall Paddle The Border
Wright’s Mountain Hike
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Come be one of the first walkers on a NEW trail on Wright’s Mountain! During the Summer of 2016, Bradford Conservation Commission and Upper Valley Trails Alliance Summer Trail Crew will construct a new trail on permanently protected land to reach the summit of Wright’s Mountain from the southwest. This will be a trail celebration to officially open the new trail! All are welcome. Co sponsored by Bradford Conservation Commission. For more details email contactus(at)uvlt.org.
Hike to Trout Pond
Saturday, November 5, 2016
In 1990, UVLT acquired Trout Pond. Three years later, we conveyed it to the Town of Lyme with a conservation easement. Come walk with us along the trails to the undeveloped shoreline of the pristine Trout Pond. The views of Smarts alone are worth the effort! If time allows, we’ll spend some time exploring the forest off trail as well. Co sponsored by the Lyme Conservation Commission. For details email contactus(at)uvlt.org.