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Taking up where field guides leave off,
Trees of New England
offers an engaging look at the natural history of the region's native and common nonnative tree species.
NH - Southeast
This information has been excerpted (with permission) from
20 Great Easy Woods Walks near Seacoast New Hampshire
, by Phil Blampied, copyright 1999.
Varrell Woods Conservation area is a town-owned piece of land in Rye, with a woods road for a short hike and a rough trail leading back up to the
for a longer hike. This is an 18-acre tract near the Salt Marsh. Conservation Commission members have blazed a trail leading from here to the town forest, and the trail, with green blazes, follows the edge of the marsh.
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This tract is on Washington Road, between Long John and Brackett Roads. Coming in on Lang Road, turn left at the stop sign and continue about a mile, bearing right to stay on Washington Road. Look for a sign and a bronze plaque on your right.
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