Freedom’s Aquatic Invasive Species Committee is sponsoring an informative program on Saturday May 30. Amy Smagula, Limnologist and Exotic Species Program Coordinator for the N.H. Department of Environmental Services, will lead the discussion about milfoil and other invasive weeds.
GMCG will sponsor a discussion of recent research about long-term water quality trends gleaned from the study of lake sediments and water monitoring.
The project, led by a graduate student, will examine water quality and its relationship with climate and weather events.
Bob Reynolds is stepping down to focus on managing the statewide organization Fair Funding for Invasives Control.
The Nature Conservancy will conduct controlled burns for land management purposes between now and the end of October. The controlled burns will be on up to 220 acres at two locations: the Madison Town Forest off of Lead Mine Road in Madison, and the Dr. Melvin Harmon Preserve off of Route 25 in Freedom.