Ausbon Sargent Helps to Protect Another Property in the Wendell Marsh

The Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust is pleased to announce the closing on June 22, 2018 of the Wendell Marsh Expansion project, 40 acres of undeveloped land that includes a significant portion of the marsh habitat.  Wendell Marsh is located in Sunapee along NH Route 11 and has been an area of conservation focus for Ausbon Sargent for several years.  Ausbon Sargent thanks Dr. Jolyon Johnson, the Town of Sunapee, The Burton D. Morgan Foundation, the Sunapee Conservation Commission and the many people who have contributed to this project. 

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Getting ready to "catch and release."

Ausbon Sargent Invites You to Our 2018 Dragonfly Event in Grantham

Tuesday, July 31st   2–4 pm

Dragonflies and Damselflies can pivot in a flash and hover with ease causing us to think of a helicopter.  They are fascinating to watch as they zip forward and back, flying forward at speeds up to 25-30 mph. What is even more fascinating, especially for the children, is to spend a couple of hours with Andy Deegan, catching these nimble flyers in a net to get a closer look and then releasing them unharmed to fly off again.  Join us as we visit a property in Grantham for our annual Dragonfly event.

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The Livery in Sunapee Harbor

"Naturally New England" Art Show

Saturday,  July 28-Sunday, August 5
Sunapee Livery in Sunapee Harbor

Artists from our surrounding area will be exhibiting their artwork depicting beautiful New England landscapes and other varied art.  The artists have agreed to donate a portion of their commission to both Ausbon Sargent and The Center for the Arts-Visual Arts Group from artwork that is sold .  Specific hours for the show, driving directions and more details will be available here as we get closer to the event. This should offer a great cultural opportunity and fun outing for you and your summer guests.

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