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I’ve been a little quiet on here because I’ve been working on my other goal and focusing on my student teaching. Over the past two weeks, I designed and taught a five lesson unit on The Abenaki tribe and its history in NH. As someone who didn’t grow up here, it was really interesting toContinue reading “Lately….”
As Spring approaches, I’m fondly remembering those six adorable balls of fluff we brought home in their little cardboard box last April. We chose three practical Australorpes (big, hearty hens that are known to lay all winter) and three whimsical Easter Eggers (these the chickens that lay eggs of all different colors). At first allContinue reading “Chicks to Eggs – A Year of Backyard Chickens”
Readers, this Op-Ed post was submitted to us by local Concord citizens who want to protect Hoit Road Marsh. Do you have a NH eco-issue that needs attention? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org – Rachel Hoit Road Marsh Wildlife Management Area in East Concord consists of 216 acres, about half of which is the Marsh,Continue reading “Protect Hoit Road Marsh”
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