Join the Newfound Lake Region Association (NLRA) as we explore the changing daylight during Newfound Nature Station, a free program that connects youth and families to the natural world. This event will be held at Grey Rocks Conservation Area at 178 N Shore Road, Hebron, NH on October 17 & 21 from 10 am to 12 pm. Now that we are past the solstice and temperatures are cooling, we’re more aware of the changing length of days & nights. Local plants and animals have their own ways of responding to these seasonal changes- at Nature Station we’ll learn about what’s happening in leaves at this time of year, be human sundials, and make suncatchers to take home. This program is free and open to all.
Newfound Nature Station, along with other family programs and events, is part of NLRA’s year-round work to encourage residents and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty around them, learn more about the environment and how to protect it, and fall in love with the Newfound Watershed. By connecting the people of Newfound to the wonders around them, NLRA works to inspire the next generation of stewards and fulfill the mission of protecting Newfound Lake and its watershed. Along with programs like Newfound Nature Station, NLRA maintains Grey Rocks Conservation Area in all seasons as a place for people and wildlife alike. It offers walking trails, a picnic area, fishing alcoves, and a non-motorized boat launch and is frequented by wildlife like loons, turtles, and bald eagles as well as people. Learn more about NLRA including other upcoming events at NewfoundLake.org.