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Slideshow of 2012 Projects

The Trust has many exciting land conservation projects in the works for 2012. Click here to view a slideshow of some of these beautiful wild places and the people who are helping us protect them!

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  1. Paulo says:

    I’ve lived in beautiful NH for 25 years now. If you like cold, snowy winters February is a good time to visit. Mud season (March-May) is rather ugly. Summer is fantastic, fall is colorful and winter is breathtaking. Spring is hit or miss–some years we don’t have a spring–just a long winter. Some NH sights that are worth the travel: the White Mountains up interstate 93, Mt. Washington, the Polar Caves and Loon Mountain, ski areas by winter, hiking trails in the summer. Our seacoast is only 10 miles long, but is on the way to Maine and is beautiful with many family beaches. Maine is large and rustic AND beautiful! Have fun in NH!

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