“Big Trees” Program in Nashua April 6

If you want to learn about the state’s biggest trees then be sure to go to the presentation sponsored by the Nashua Garden Club at the First Baptist Church 121 Manchester St. Nashua on April 6th  at 7 PM.  Kevin Martin will be showing and discussing these trees as described in his new book “Big Trees of New Hampshire”. You will hear how he got involved with finding the trees, how lumber from similar trees is used in his boat-building work, and how wildlife will use these impressive parts of our landscape.

The discussion will cover trees on public land in all parts of the state and where they are located so you can go see them for yourself. City tours of Portsmouth, Nashua and Concord are also described. Books will be available after the presentation for those interested.

Contact the Nashua Garden Club at nashuagardenclub@gmail.com or Kevin at kevinmartin16@comcast.net, or 603 679-5153.

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One thought on ““Big Trees” Program in Nashua April 6

  1. Sounds like an interesting talk. I think Anne Krantz from our club has been involved in this program of measuring local trees. It is amazing how long and old these trees stand, and all that they have seen!

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