MAY 2017
 Saving the outdoors in southeastern New Hampshire
Facelift for Stonehouse Pond
On May 11th more than 50 employees of Timberland joined SELT’s Land Manager Phil Auger and SELT volunteer stewards for a day of trail work at Stonehouse Pond in Barrington.  By far SELT’s most popular reservation, Stonehouse Pond is visited by hundreds each week, and the trail system shows the wear and tear. 
Gauthier’s Farm Moves One Step Closer to Conservation
Gauthier’s Farm is a diversified farm with a variety of crops from eggs to maple syrup to hard cider. Situated with nearly 1.5 miles of shoreline on the Salmon Falls River, the farm and forestland is critical for wildlife and water quality. In April, the City of Rochester voted to commit the final funding.  
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Popular Trail on Isinglass River to be Conserved
With 4,900 feet of shoreline, the Barr Property hugs the Isinglass River. And with one mile of the Barrington Trail, Town residents have embraced the Barr land as well. The late owner Colonel John Barr was one of the founders of the Barrington Trail, and “would be delighted to know that this portion of the trail will always be open for the public’s enjoyment.”
Celebrate Conservation on June 14th
Experience Alnoba, a hidden gem on 400 acres of serene woodlands in Kensington. At our Annual Conservation Celebration we will recognize communities and landowners who have been our conservation partners in the past year, while enjoying a farm-to-table meal and the beautiful natural surroundings!
Upcoming Events
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Grand Opening of the Mast Road Natural Area trail network
Saturday, May 20, 9-11am
Celebrate the new trail guide and kiosk at our 530-acre Mast Road Natural Area. Explore nearly 3 miles of scenic trails and learn about the interesting cultural history of this unique property. Ribbon cutting at 9am, followed by a guided walk. 
Suggested donation is $5 per person/$10 per family. 
Please  SIGN UP HERE before May 19th.
Alnoba in Kensington
Wednesday, May 31, 6-7pm
Kristine Rines is an internationally recognized moose biologist. This presentation will explore the New Hampshire moose, including life cycle, history in the state, current condition and recent management.
Suggested donation is $5 per person/$10 per family. 
Please SIGN UP HERE before May 30th.