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Current News Archives - Page 2 of 2 - Piscataquog Land Conservancy
Upcoming Timber Harvest at Tuthill
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This winter PLC will be carrying out a timber harvest at our Tuthill Woodlands of Preserve in New Boston.  The 195-acre the preserve is one of PLC’s single largest land ownerships, and also one of the best suited to forest management. … Read More

Grant Family Farm Conservation Area
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April 2017, the PLC completed an expansion of the existing 20-acre Grant Family Farm Conservation Area in Weare to nearly 72 acres, protecting the western slopes of Mt. Dearborn. When combined with PLC’s abutting the abutting 114-acre Walker conservation easement, the newly expanded conservation property protects nearly all of Mt. Dearborn.… Read More

The View Through My Horse’s Ears
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I was bitten by a horse bug 33 years ago and I have been caring for and riding horses since. Over the past few years I have been most interested in trail riding and enjoying the land with my Morgan … Read More

PLC Founding Project: New Boston Rail Trail
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Many long-time PLC members know that the organization was known for many years as the Piscataquog Watershed Association, or PWA. But not all remember how the organization got started back in 1970, when a dedicated group of people came together … Read More

Club mosses: the other evergreens!
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If you walk in the woods in early spring you may see little green ‘trees’ breaking through the leaf litter and receding snow.  Some are branched, their fan-like branches even resembling little pagodas, while others are unbranched, erect and spiky. These little trees are the other evergreens:  mosses, ferns and clubmosses. As the snow melts away, and before the first leaves of Canada Mayflower, our earliest wildflower, are up extensive colonies of evergreen clubmosses will stand out in the forest.Read More

Rand Brook Floodplain Project
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Partnering for Protection in Francestown The Piscataquog Land Conservancy has a long history of protecting land in Francestown, which is located in the western reaches of the Pistcatquog River watershed. PLC completed its first conservation project in the town in … Read More

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