Wentworth Hunt Club (NH) has hosted the Conservation Hunter Pace along the Pawtuckaway River at the beautiful Fine Nest Farm for over a decade. This farm has a conservation easement held by Bear-Paw Regional Greenways. Hundreds of acres of woods and green space is in conservation at and adjacent to Fine Nest Farm, protecting this important waterway.
One of more than 70 entries well over an inviting fence. Photo by Bethany Fraser.
Without the generosity of our landowners, foxhunting and equine trail riding wouldn’t be possible in southeastern New Hampshire and southern Maine. What a blast we had this weekend! Seventy-two riders participated in the event on a beautiful New England late summer day.
Participants enjoyed inviting trails through the New England scenery. Photo by Lise M. Russell.
Wentworth Hunt donates proceeds each year to Southeast Land Trust, Bearpaw Regional Greenways, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Land and Community Heritage Investment program and Moose Mountain Regional Greenways.
The organizers and secretaries deserve gratitude at the end of a successful benefit event! Photo by Linda S. Fernald.
Thanks to everyone who came and supported the Conservation Hunter Pace! And many thanks to Fine Nest Farm for hosting and to Ann Pembroke for organizing.
We have started our Fall informal season! If you have joined us for roading or hunter paces and would like to learn more about hunting, please contact us at Secretary@wentworthhunt.org.