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SCA Manchester CLC brought four New Hampshire high school students to NH Audubon's Paradise Point property to break new ground on the Newfound Lake Pathway project with the help of many people and organizations: The Student Conservation Association, The National Park Service, Newfound Lake Pathway, and the NH Audubon. This just goes to show how people can come together and make things meaningful happen in our communities and in regards to conservation. The community members of Hebron and members of each organization came out to show their support for our hard working crew each day.
The project was a huge success. Together the four students and two leaders built around 350 feet of beautiful mildly graded trail and made walkable 1200 feet of trail to bypass a dangerous climbing turn on North Shore Road that is walked by many residents of Newfound Lake.
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