Requested by Marilyn Booth;
NH Audubon Society is looking for some volunteers to perform trail maintenance at the Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary in Landaff, NH. Trail maintenance involves periodically removing branches and other debris from the trails, monitoring for erosion and invasive plants. Average time commitment is one to two hours a month.
The 102-acre Scotland Brook Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1984, when Gene Twaronite and Josie Kelleher donated the land of the Scotland School Environmental Center to New Hampshire Audubon. The Center, which was based in the old Scotland School building just down the road from the parking area, was founded by Twaronite and Kelleher in 1980 and offered programs to foster a greater awareness and appreciation of the White Mountain region. In order to make the land that is now the sanctuary accessible for hiking and nature study, Twaronite and Kelleher developed a network of trails, several of which are still in use today.
If you are interested, please contact:
Director of Land Management
New Hampshire Audubon
84 Silk Farm Road
Concord, NH 03301>