Crocket’s Ledge

Crocket’s Ledge in the Hamlin Conservation Area. (Courtesy photo)

MEREDITH — The Meredith Conservation Commission will be holding the second in its summer series of guided walks on Saturday, June 5 at 10 a.m. in the Hamlin-Eames Conservation Area. This walk will be to honor long-time Conservation Commissioner Peter Miller who passed away last fall and to dedicate a plaque in his memory.

Peter was a dedicated Conservation Commissioner who led the effort to conserve the Eames Conservation Property, and tirelessly hiked throughout both the Hamlin and Eames properties to find the most interesting routes for hiking trails. There will be a short dedication ceremony at 10 a.m. followed by guided walks on the property with options to hike between one third of a mile and three miles. If you have enjoyed having this land preserved, here is an opportunity to show your appreciation.

Meet at the trailhead on Chemung Rd, 1.9 miles from its intersection with Meredith Center Rd. Wear sturdy shoes for hiking, and you may want to bring water, a snack, and bug spray.

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