In New Hampshire – March 2015

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Download In New Hampshire - March 2015 (pdf)Gift from steward aids Great Bay Reserve Boardwalk

Twenty five years ago, the Great Bay Estuary received a gift. This gift — prompted by a threat from Aristotle Onassis to build the world’s largest oil refinery on Great Bay — was the permanent protection of the Estuary. In October of 1989, the Great Bay became part of a national network of Reserves and became known as the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. The Great Bay Discovery Center was built as the education headquarters of the…

Happy 150th anniversary to NH Fish and Game

This is a big year for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, as the state’s wildlife agency celebrates 150 years of fish and wildlife conservation in the Granite State. A growing collection of stories and photos celebrating Fish and Game’s fascinating history is being gathered on the Department’s website at…

The White Mountain Superpass on sale now

“College Superpass” to replace 4NH College Pass. Bretton Woods, Cranmore Mountain Resort, Cannon Mountain and Waterville Valley Resort will again offer the popular White Mountain Superpass which is set to go on sale at all four resorts on Friday, February 20, 2015. The pass will be valid any day of the 2015-2016 winter season at all four mountains. There are no blackout date restrictions and passes come with…

Spring brings return of NH Maple Experience to The Rocks

As spring returns to the North Country this year, so does the New Hampshire Maple Experience at The Rocks Estate. Scheduled to run March 14, 21-22, 28-29 and April 4, the Maple Experience offers visitors a chance to learn about and participate in each step of maple sugaring, a treasured rite of spring in the area…

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