Stone Walls & Cellar Holes/For adults
Stonewalls and cellar holes built during the 1800s are found throughout the forests of New Hampshire. Some of these structures were built in unlikely places,making people today question the judgment of their builders. But, what dothese stone remains tell us about the past and do they serve any purpose today?The stone structures located on Science Center property provide some clues ofhow they were built and what purpose they served. We’ll look at how thesurrounding forest was affected by the disturbance associated with these stoneformations, how they are being utilized today by new homesteaders, and how the plants in the area provide clues to previous uses of the land.
Please wear sturdy walking shoes as we will be hiking on and off-trail on uneven terrain.
Cost: $9/member; $11/non-member
Advance registration is required by noon the day before the program. If minimum enrollment is not met, programs may be canceled. Walk-ins may be accommodated if space is available.