The 38-acre Jim and Evalyn Hornig Natural Area at Lower Slade Brook offers a quiet retreat with easy walking terrain next to Slade Brook. From Hanover Center to its confluence with the Connecticut River, Slade Brook’s banks are undeveloped and graced by convenient hiking trails through varied forestland. The Conservancy’s protection of this property ensures that Lower Slade Brook will always be a pristine environment for people to enjoy and where the native flora and fauna can flourish. The coordinates should get you close enough to allow your Geo-Senses to kick in. Bring your own pencil or pen.
Please feel free to leave comments about your experience in the forest in the log, when logging your find or send them to the Hanover Conservancy. (www.hanoverconservancy.org)