Join Moose Mountains Regional Greenways and Branch Hill Farm in the cleanup of Applebee Road in Milton Mills. We’ll be grabbing gloves, vests and state supplied blue trash bags to help pick up trash along Applebee Road.
Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust and Moose Mountains Regional Greenways (MMRG) are part of the Keep New Hampshire Clean and Scenic, Sponsor a Highway program and welcome your help on Earth Day. We are encouraging everyone in the MMRG 7-town region to help keep our roads clean and scenic. Check with your local transfer stations to be informed of town policies for road-side trash collection for Earth Day.
Pre-registration is requested for the availability of supplies. Covid-19 prevention policies are observed. To pre-register and to find out more regarding our COVID-19 prevention policies,
please call BHF Education Coordinator Kari Lygren at (603) 978-7125 or email
Moose Mountains Regional Greenways invites the public to continue exploring the Branch Hill Farm property in Milton Mills through the seasons! The ‘Seasons of Change’ walk is newly updated for the winter months and will be open most days from sunrise to sunset. This event continues to offer families a safe, informative, and fun place to walk with their kids during this time of home isolation. The walk also features a ‘story walk’ based on the Berenstain Bears series and sponsored by the Milton Free Public Library and a new assortment of birdhouses built by the Carroll County Conservation District. We ask that the public please adhere to social distancing guidelines on this self-guided walk. Thank you to our Seasons of Change sponsor D.F. Richard for making this continuing opportunity possible!
Join MMRG and Branch Hill Farm for a Forest Habitat Walk on October 31st, 10:00am-1:00pm, with Charlie Moreno (NH Licensed Professional Forester) and Mariko Yamasaki (Research Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service). We’ll walk through Branch Hill Farm in Milton, NH, and visit two very different forest habitats — a mature forest with century-old hemlock and pine, and a six-years-young forest patch of new growth.
Participants will learn about the essential value that these habitats offer to the invertebrates, birds, and mammals inhabiting them. We’ll also discuss habitat ecology, maintaining optimal ecological areas, and long-term management strategies. This will be a wonderful opportunity for landowners and the general public to learn more about the importance of forests to wildlife! More info here: https://mmrg.info/explore-forest-habitats/
This workshop is rain or shine and we will be requiring masks and practicing social distancing to keep the event safe and fun for all.
Please register by contacting Kari Lygren at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-978-7125.