The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2015. The Department started back in 1865, when the Legislature appointed a Fisheries Commission to address rapidly declining fish stocks.
Early settlers with an appreciation of sweets quickly embraced an old Native American method of making sugar from the sap of maple trees. Today, the task of tapping trees for the sap that will be boiled down to become sweet maple syrup remains a popular New England tradition. The Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center on […]
The benefits of recreation can be physical, mental and even emotional. More and more programs are emerging with the goal of bringing those benefits to a once under-served population: children and adults with disabilities. By offering therapy through sports, those with disabilities can have access to the many benefits of exercise.