Photo of children decorating pine trees for the holidays.

Christmas on Flat Hill

DECEMBER 9, 2017  (from the Wonder My Way photo blog of GLLT Eduction director, Leigh Macmillen Hayes) Two weeks ago the Greater Lovell Land Trust hosted a decorating party for the Fairs, Farms and Fun 4-H Group of Sweden along the trail to the summit of Flat Hill. It was the perfect tie-in to our planned hike…

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Photo of 4-H Club members.

4-H Club Outing with Ed Director

This week GLLT Education Director Leigh Macmillen Hayes shared the Flat Hill trail at Heald and Bradley Ponds Reserve with members of the Fairs, Farms and Fun 4-H Club of Sweden. They decorated some trees in preparation for our Dec 9th walk and as part of a Homeschool Project to visit different land trusts.

Photos of kids' walk and decorations.

Photo of tree felled by beaver.

For the Benefit of All

NOVEMBER 26, 2017  (from the Wonder My Way photo blog of GLLT Eduction director, Leigh Macmillen Hayes) Living in an area where five land trusts protect land for us and for the species with whom we share the Earth strikes me as a valuable reflection of who we are and where we live. Land trusts…

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Photo of swim float and White Mountains north end Kezar Lake.

Summer’s End

September 13, 2017 —— Moira Yip Follow the author’s personal photographic blog of her global travels and her life in Maine here:  “Eyes on the Wild”   I leave this evening, so a last few photos to help me remember through the winter. The natural world is preparing in different ways, getting ready for a time…

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Into the Future…

Into the Future… (from the Wonder My Way photo blog of GLLT Eduction director, Leigh Macmillen Hayes)   Turning the clock back two months, I can recall my slight apprehension about working with three interns at the Greater Lovell Land Trust this summer. Hannah I knew and loved from our time together last year, but the other…

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Mushrooms in Wonderland

July 24, 2017 —— Moira Yip Follow the author’s personal photographic blog of her global travels and her life in Maine here:  “Eyes on the Wild” Mushrooms grow with astonishing speed, and the fully-grown mushroom often looks quite different from the baby version. The photos below are both amanitas. As the mushroom grows, the universal veil…

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