2018 SCHEDULE

All Day Indoor Farmers' Market - bring your canvas tote!
Purchase locally grown/raised/produced items. Learn about CSAs!
Beefields Farm, Butternut Farm & Milford Goat Dairy, Dirty Girl CSA,
Fox Den Farm, Holland Farm, Paradise Farm, Somero Maple Farm
In the Headwaters Exhibit Hall

Amherst Garden Club

Amherst Wellness Center

Brox Environmental Citizens

Citizen Climate Lobby

Denim Forever 

doTERRA Essential Oils

Farr Better Ideas Solar Consulting

GAIA Educational Institute

HAREI Solar

Harvest Farm School

High Mowing & WLC students

Kannaway Wellness Line

League of Conservation Voters

Local Share/Plowshare Farm

Milford Conservation Commission

Milford Middle School Recycling Team

NH Association of Naturopaths

NH Community Rights Network

NH Saves

Plastic Bag Project

ReVision Energy

Souhegan River Local Advisory Committee

Souhegan Valley Food Coop

Ten Talents Farm

Threshold Care

Wapack Sustainability

Wilton Community Garden

Wilton Conservation Commission

Wilton Peace Action

Wilton Public Library 

In the Riverbed Cafe -
Food, Music & Student Displays!
Gary's Harvest Restaurant
Wilton House of Pizza
Thank you to People's United Bank!
10:00 - 11:00 - Justin Cohn
11:00 - 12:00 - Decatur Creek
12:00 - 1:00 - Milford Contra Dance Band
1:00 - 2:00 - The Kids from the Hill
2:00 - 3:00 - Will Kindler
3:00 - 4:00 - WLC Talent
"For the Love of Leftovers" visit Olympia Clark's WLC students and see how clever they've been recycling and re-purposing all sorts of items and the payoff of hydroponics.
"Mixed Media Clay and Woven Vessels", WLC Art teacher, Judy Wing's class display of pottery and basketry.
Round Tables - public welcome!
2:00 - 4:00 - Energy!  Join Rep. Marge Shepardson and Town Energy Committees discussing what you can do in your towns to generate both power and enthusiasm for more sustainable solutions. 
2:00 - 4:00 - Conservation!  Join Barbara Richter, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions, for a roundtable discussion focused on connecting community conservation land.  We will explore topics including the importance of wildlife corridors and best management practices for trails to reduce impact on wildlife. Barbara will provide information on state funding sources and present a brief legislative update before the discussion.
Presentations - various rooms
Thank you to TDS Telecom!

10:00 - 10:40

State of The Loon: Natural History, Challenges, and Successes of Loons in NH ~ Harry Vogel, Senior Biologist/Executive Director of the Loon Preservation Committee

Keeping Backyard Wildlife Common in NH

Andy  Powell, UNH Coverts Volunteer

10:50 - 11:30

The NH Bat Project ~ Cynthia Nichols, Biologist,

NH Audubon 

Souhegan Valley Food Coop ~ Michael Conley, President Souhegan Valley Food Coop

A Garden for Wildlife: Natural Landscaping for a Better Backyard ~ Jocelyn Duffy, UNH Coverts Volunteer

11:40 - 12:20

Conservation, Sustainability, and Your Government~ Representative Kermit Williams

New Hampshire's Wild History: 350 Years of

New Hampshire Wildlife ~ Kathy Schillemat,

UNH Coverts Volunteer

12:30 - 1:30

NH Law Makers Panel 

Representative Bob L’Heureux

Representative Jim Mc Connell

Representative Mindy Messmer

Representative Marge Shepardson

Jennifer Beck, Wilton Conservation Commission, moderator

1:40 - 2:20

Ecology of Life ~ Lincoln Geiger,

Wilton Temple Community Farm

HAREI Community Support for Solar Power ~ 

Dave Agans, HAREI Member

Green Burial: the Greenest Way to Go ~

Sandy Lafleur and Alisha DiMasi, Threshold Care

2:40 - 3:20

Beavers with Benefits ~ Art Wolinsky, Voices of Wildlife in NH

Souhegan River Ecology and the Souhegan Watershed ~ George May, Director, Souhegan Watershed Association

Building Relationships through Shared Work ~ 

Brad Miller, High Mowing High School 

3:30 - 4:10

B-Corporations ~ Dan Weeks, Co-owner and Director of Market Development at ReVision Energy

A Permaculture Perspective: Redesigning Our World ~Dave McConville, DMc Permaculture

All Day at the Kid's Sandbar
 

Rise-UP Center - Activities and crafts for families & kids of all ages! Nicole Colvin-Griffin, Director/Owner of The Rise Up! Center for the Arts in Wilton

Papa Joe, our wandering troubadour will be playing his "magic flute" throughout the Fair. Ask him to tell you a story. You'll be enthralled!

Discover a number of exciting Exhibits by WLC Students on display throughout the Fair.

At 5:00 the Souhegan Sustainability Fair continues
with an easy, guided walk on the newly conserved
Frye Field led by High Mowing Senior, William Mussman, offering beautiful views of the Monadnock mountains, through the woods to the hidden field, and on into the woods to an area called Spruce Camp.
For those more ambitious you can continue on to Mirkwood, the oldest growth area of the forest. 
6:30 - 8:30 - Sunset Reception at High Mowing School
All are welcome!
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