'Bioblitz' volunteers needed ahead of 1,300-acre conservation deal
One of the state’s biggest environmental organizations is finishing the fundraising for a 1,300 acre conservation deal in North Conway. But before the conservancy closes the deal it wants to know what it’s getting, and to figure that out it assembled plant and wildlife experts from all over the state for a sort of naturalist marathon.
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