During this program, Michael Gagnon will discuss the major factors that have influenced the landscape and ecology of New Hampshire over the last 10,000 years and how ecological communities change over time through the natural process of succession. We will look at land use and how both natural and human land-use changes impact New Hampshire's ecology as we know it today.
More information is available on the George H. Bixby Memorial Library website.
Elevator available at the venue. Program will take place on second floor.Parking available at the venue.
Photo by Michael Gagnon, Extension Forester and Field Specialist in Natural Resources for UNH Cooperative Extension, Hillsborough County.
Friday, November 10, 2023 6:30pm
Francestown Town Hall2 New Boston Rd.Francestown NH 03043
George H. Bixby Memorial Library, Francestown Conservation Commission, Francestown Land Trust
Laura Abrahamsen, Library Director
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