Crotched Mountain honors its farming roots with tree farm honor
Jon Nute, at left, Hillsborough County forester for University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, presented the 2013 Hillsborough County Tree Farm of the Year Award to Crotched Mountain Foundation Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Redmond and Bob Todd, of Todd Land Use Consultants of New Boston, who serves as the forester on the land. (COURTESY)
Much of the credit for the recognition should go to Bob Todd, president of Todd Land Use Consultants of New Boston, who serves as the forester on the land, Redmond said.
Creating the trails, which are the only federally recognized accessible trails in a mountain terrain, was suggested by the Forest Society after a nature resource inventory.
“If we did that, it would really then tie that mission with our support for people with disabilities with the asset of our land,” Redmond said.
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