Explore the New Trails at Fogg Hill

Help us celebrate the expansion of this property by joining us for a guided walk on the new trail system on Saturday, September 10th at 9 am.

The Fogg Hill Conservation Area forms a significant part of a 900+ acre unfragmented woodland and wetland habitat in the Waukewan and Winona Watershed that is the largest roadless area in Center Harbor.  This area is important for wildlife as well as a number of species of rare and threatened plants, and it’s also critical to the quality of surface and ground waters in the Watershed.  Expanding the conserved acreage in this area is essential to maintaining this important habitat, preserving the water quality of these beautiful lakes for recreation and drinking water supplies and protecting the underlying aquifer also used for drinking water.  In addition, these conserved lands will provide wonderful recreational and educational opportunities for both residents of and visitors to the area.
Dave Mallard, LRCT Land and Stewardship Director, has been hard at work this summer to complete the new trail system. After several work days, and with the help of many volunteers, the trails are now ready!
Join us at 9 am for coffee, treats, and a few words from our President Don Berry about what this project means to the LRCT and the community before heading out on a guided walk as we explain what went into making the trails and highlight the surrounding features of the property. We will return at approximately 11 am.
Registration is required and space is limited, additional details and directions will be sent once you register. Please register here.