The Whitten Woods "Climb to the Top" Campaign Receives a $1000 Donation from Eastern Adaptive Sports
EAS Executive Director, Geoff Krill, donates $1000 from Eastern Adaptive Sports to Barry Gaw, Board Director of the Squam Lakes Association for the Whitten Woods “Climb to the Top match campaign’ initiated by Alex Ray.
“We are extremely excited to be involved with the conservation of land and the expansion of access for people of all abilities to enjoy hiking and exploring Whitten Woods” Said Geoff Krill
“Whitten Woods continues to be a special opportunity for many people to work together to create a natural resource benefiting all, the SLA happily accepts this donation from Eastern Adaptive Sports. Said Barry Gaw.
The Whitten Woods "Climb to the Top" campaign seeks to raise funds to manage the newly conserved Whitten Woods proeprty in Ashland NH. These 414 acers will be managed for a number of uses including the maintenance of multi-use trails that climb to the summit of two stunning vistas. To learn more about this work, how you can contribute and to let us know how you love this land Click Here!