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May 2016

This June, President Abraham Lincoln comes to Cornish, NH when a recasting of Standing Lincoln, created by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1885, will be unveiled. It will be placed near the entrance at the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site where the sculptor created the original in one of his studios. The statue is considered to be the most important sculptures of Lincoln from the 19th century. And, historically, Lincoln is considered to be one the most important Presidents. Read more →

If you would like to join the Silver Birch 4H Club in supporting the Stone Farm Conservation Campaigh, Five Rivers Conservation Trust is accepting donations to the campaign by check, credit card, gifts of appreciated stock and IRA distributions. Checks made out to Five Rivers with a memo “Stone Farm” can be sent to Five Rivers Conservation Trust at 31 Warren Street, Concord, NH 03301 or contact the office at or 225-7225 to make a credit card or other contribution. Read more →

Join Five Rivers Conservation Trust at its Annual Gathering on Thursday evening, June 2 at 5:30 pm in Concord for a special presentation on the impacts of Climate Change in New England. Dr. Cameron Wake, UNH Professor of Climate and Sustainability, will describe the local impacts of climate change and discuss the actions we can take to become more resilient to its impact. Read more →

Hellenic American University, the innovative New Hampshire university with campuses in Manchester and Athens, Greece, announces that enrollment is now open for its rolling cohort of its international executive MBA program. Read more →

Discover Hillsborough on Saturday, August 20 & Sunday the 21st, 2016 with the Eighth Annual Living History Event. Visit with Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams, Molly Pitcher, who carried water to soldiers, and Annie Oakley, famous sharpshooter portrayed by Kim Hanley. Listen to Rob Vellela reading in the persona of Nathaniel Hawthorne or Alan Hoffman talking about Marquis de Lafayette at the President Franklin Pierce Homestead. Read more →