The Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire is celebrating the conservation of Scamman Farm in Stratham with a day full of fun activities, including a cookout featuring local food, on Saturday, June 4th:
Conservation Celebration and Cookout
Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
Scamman Farm, Stratham, NH
Saturday, June 4, 2011
$10 Adults, $5 Children over six
RSVP by May 27th
Join us on June 4th to celebrate the more than 850 acres of open spaces conserved in 2010 at our Conservation Celebration and Cookout at the Scamman Farm in Stratham!
Lorraine Stuart Merrill, Stratham farmer and current Commissioner of the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food, will share her thoughts on the local food movement, land conservation, and how these two vibrant efforts are interrelated and interdependent. You will enjoy a local food-focused cookout, with hamburgers from Stuart Farm, sausages from New Roots Farm, and salad greens from Barker’s Farm! After lunch, join landowner Doug Scamman for a walking tour of the 206-acre Scamman Farm, protected in early 2011.
The cost to attend the Annual Cookout is $10 per adult, $5 per child seven and over (children under 6 are free). Pre-registration is required. Please reserve your spot by May 27th by emailing Karen McCormack or calling her at 603-778-6088. Please specify if you intend to join us for the field trip and whether you require a vegetarian meal.
For program and more information: www.seltnh.org.