Click here to view a rendition of the Draper Farm on Driscoll Hill , circa 1780. The cellar hole of this farm is in Rand Brook Forest. For writings about the Drapers see The History of Francestown, NH, Cochrane and Wood, 1895, pages 365-366, 466 & 471)
Francestown Land Trust, Inc.
PO Box 132 • Francestown NH 03043
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Joan Hanchett Nature Series; The Timber Rattle Snake -
Don't Get Rattled, Get Educated!
Friday, November 9 • 6:30 pm • Francestown Town Hall
Free program for adults and children of all ages.
Tom Tyning talked about the Timber Rattlesnake, New England’s most endangered vertebrate. The Timber Rattlesnake is already gone from two New England states and considered endangered in all the others, including New Hampshire.
Non-Conval Sponsored Event • Non-Profit
Sponsored by: Francestown Land Trust (francestownlandtrust.org), George Holmes Bixby Memorial Library (francestownnh.org), Francestown News, and the Francestown Conservation Commission.(francestownnh.org)
Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 1:00 pm
The dedication of the Samuels Forest
The Francestown Land Trust celebrated of the dedication of the Samuels Forest, Mountain Road, Crotched Mountain, Bennington, NH.