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 HEBRON—Join the New- found Land Conservation Part- nership (NLCP) and landowners Paul and Mary Hazelton for a guided hike of their conserva- tion land August 14 at 9 am. This hike is the fifth in a sum- mer hiking series that highlights conserved lands in the New- found Watershed. The Hazelton Farm and Forest along the Cockermouth River in Hebron is conserved for agricultural and forestry use. This moderate hike of the conservation land is approximately 3 miles. Regis- tration is required, and space is limited. Register online at New- or call 603-744-8689.
The NLCP is a collaboration among the Newfound Lake Re- gion Association (NLRA), the Society for the Protection of NH Forests; the Lakes Region Conservation Trust; the Nature Conservancy; and volunteer representatives from the towns of Hebron, Groton, Bristol,
Forest Conservation Lands
protect the high-quality waters of Newfound Lake and its wa- tershed, maintaining a healthy and diverse ecosystem. Through water quality and invasive spe- cies monitoring, educational events such as guided hikes and nature activities, and land con- servation efforts that protect open spaces and help manage stormwater pollution, NLRA approaches conservation at the watershed level. You can learn more about NLRA’s initiatives at
Guided Hike of Hazelton Farm and
 Bridgewater, and Alexandria. Since 2009, the Partnership has worked to promote land con- servation within the Newfound
watershed through education and community outreach. Learn more about conservation in the Newfound Watershed and why
land conservation is important at
Land conservation is an im- portant part of NLRA’s work to
        Justice of the Peace
JP services may include consultation for wedding planning, sample ceremonies with options for poems, prayers, unity candle, and exchange of rings or gifts.
Offering packages at:
Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center
( and nearby lakeside locations. Packages may include ceremony, photographer, DJ, and reception. Off-site weddings are priced by time and distance.
Contact Sheila at:
  603-744-3636 or
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The gown The flowers The music The rings The place The time The Officiant

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