Conservation Celebration & Cookout at Batchelder Farm, June 16

The Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire invites you to join them in celebrating the more than 1,100 acres of open space conserved in the past year at their Conservation Celebration and Cookout at the Batchelder Farm in Hampton on Saturday, June 16th — reservations requested by June 8th:

2012 Conservation Celebration and Cookout
Batchelder Farm, Hampton, NH
Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
Saturday, June 16, 2012
10am – 2pm

This summer the Batchelder Farm will be conserved by the Southeast Land Trust in partnership with the Town of Hampton. These 120 acres of soon-to-be-protected fields, forest, and wetlands are a perfect setting to celebrate the more than 1,100 acres of land conserved in the past year!

Join us as we recognize landowners and communities with whom we have partnered and enjoy a great local-foods focused cookout!  After the delicious meal, the day will be capped off with a walking tour of the Batchelder Farm.

10:15 to 10:30am – Registration
10:30 to 11:30am – 2012 Southeast Land Trust Member Business Meeting
11:30 to 1:00pm – Cookout: Enjoy delicious, locally-grown salad greens from Barker’s Farm, hamburgers from the Hurd Farm, sausages from New Roots Farm, plus other donated items from Philbrick’s Fresh Market and Las Olas Taqueria.
1:00 to 2:30 pm – Field Trip: Walking tour of the Batchelder Farm and learn about the farm’s history.

The cost to attend the Annual Cookout is $10 per adult, $5 per child seven and over (children 6 and under are free). Pre-registration is required.

Please reserve your spot by June 8th by contacting Karen McCormack at 603-778-6088 or Let us know if you intend to join us for the field trip and whether you would like a vegetarian meal.

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