Five Rivers 2017 Annual Gathering and Presentation
- June 14, 2017
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:30pm in Concord – Program begins at 6:00pm. PLEASE NOTE: Once you have registered, your confirmation will include the Concord location details.
Suggested donation is $5 to $10 at the event to help cover food and drink. Space is limited, RSVP/Registration is required by Tuesday, June 13. To sign up, please select the number of tickets you would like and then complete the registration form.
Join Five Rivers, along with your conservation friends and neighbors, for a fun evening of food, news, and knowledge in Concord, NH on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. Enjoy refreshments and conversation before the program, including an update of Five Rivers’ land conservation efforts and a presentation to show how you can take action for wildlife.
Emily Preston, a Wildlife Biologist with NH Fish and Game, will introduce the wildlife species that need assistance in the Greater Capital Region. Learn how you can help maintain high-quality habitats for wildlife and enable their movement across the landscape. Most importantly, learn the actions you can take in your community, on your land, and as a member of Five Rivers Conservation Trust.
Emily coordinates partner engagement and implementation of the NH’s Wildlife Action Plan. She helps communities and conservation organizations manage and protect wildlife habitat. She also monitors several state endangered and threatened wildlife species. Emily has a Master’s degree in entomology. She conducted research on the wildlife of vernal pools and streams, as well as a variety of small mammals, birds, and bats. Providing natural history information to the public has been a common thread throughout her career.