Ausbon Sargent Helps to Protect Another Property in the Wendell Marsh

The Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust is pleased to announce the closing on June 22, 2018 of the Wendell Marsh Expansion project, 40 acres of undeveloped land that includes a significant portion of the marsh habitat.  Wendell Marsh is located in Sunapee along NH Route 11 and has been an area of conservation focus for Ausbon Sargent for several years.  Ausbon Sargent thanks Dr. Jolyon Johnson, the Town of Sunapee, The Burton D. Morgan Foundation, the Sunapee Conservation Commission and the many people who have contributed to this project. 

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Register to Ride in the Kearsarge Klassic Bike Randonnee

Saturday, September 8th   

Choose one of 5 routes, of varying degrees of difficulty, to ride your bike on classic rural NH dirt and gravel roads in the Mt. Kearsarge/ Ragged/Lake Sunapee region. Enjoy beautiful views passing by some of Ausbon Sargent's protected properties. Rest stops, a home-cooked post ride meal, and free craft beer are included in your entry fee.  And best of all, 100% of your entry fee benefits Ausbon Sargent for land protection.  We hope you'll join us and share this event with friends.

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Join Ausbon Sargent on a Hike to Celebrate Sunapee's 250th Anniversary

Sunday, August 19  at  9:00 am

Sue Andrews of Ausbon Sargent, in partnership with the Sunapee Conservation Commission, will lead this morning hike along the Red Water Creek Trail that runs through Sunapee's 114.8-acre Frank H. Simpson Reserve. The trail represents a portion of the 75+ miles of hiking trails on the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge Greenway. This Reserve is important as a superb wildlife habitat and as a important wetland property providing flood control potential for waters entering Lake Sunapee. Please join us to acquaint yourself with another special feature in the beautiful Town of Sunapee.  Driving and parking directions can be found by clicking below.

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