Visit this beautiful gem in our city to learn and network too! Washington Street Café will provide the catering.
At 7:30am or immediately following the program, gather in the main reception area for a guided tour of the Forest Society’s award-winning headquarters with facilities manager, Carl Murphy. The Conservation Center demonstrates the use of renewable natural resources and energy conservation techniques in design and construction. The campus is a great example of the evolution of energy-conscious design since 1980. For more information about the building go to: https://forestsociety.org/conservation-center.
At 9:00 am or immediately following the program, join naturalist and Forest Society, senior director of education Dave Anderson for a guided hike of the Merrimack River Outdoor Education and Conservation Area, commonly known as the ‘Floodplain’. Find more information about the ‘Floodplain’ here: https://forestsociety.org/property/merrimack-river-outdoor-education-conservation-area.
Members may register online. $5.00 payment to Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce in advance of the event, $10.00 payment at the door. If you would like to know more about Chamber membership and attend this event as our guest, please call Kathy at the Chamber (603) 224-2508.