BCCD-Wetland Walk Reconstruction at Gunstock

Have you visited the Wetlands Walk at Gunstock Mountain Resort? We welcome your support in helping us maintain this wonderful destination.

Make an exponential difference

Spreading awareness is a great way to help support our cause.

The Belknap County Conservation District is raising matching funds to repair the Wetlands Walk, a universally accessible ¼ mile boardwalk trail. This trail was built over 20 years ago with a federal water quality funds and public donations by the Belknap County Conservation District.  Major repairs are now needed to add supports and reconstruct 120 feet of trail. Funds have been provided to do part of this work which must be matched with donations and volunteer assistance.
The Gunstock Mountain Recreation Area is County-owned and receives over 350,000 visitors annually with recreation activities for families year-round.

Did you know you can put your name on it??  It’s easy!!  Buy a Board and we’ll put your name on it!

For every board you ‘buy’ we will have a name of your choosing engraved on a 4 inch by 1 inch plaque and adhere it to the board.  Click on the document names below to find out more about the Wetlands Walk and to print out the Buy A Board order form!  (All submissions will be subject to review for appropriateness so as not to offend our multi-generational users.)

Buy A Board – Order Form 2017

If you are interested in Buying a Board, making a donation or volunteering, please email wetlandswalk@myfairpoint.net or call the office at 603-527-5880.

About the Organization

North Country Resource Conservation and Development Council

This year the North Country Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council has teamed up with the Belknap County Conservation District to reconstruct the Wetland Walk at the County owned Gunstock Recreation Area. This campaign will run until July 28. 2018. Spread the word!!!!

North Country RC&D exists to bridge the objectives of conservation of resources and community economic development. North Country RC&D was formed in 1967 and now serves all of New Hampshire. North Country RC&D is led by a volunteer board of directors with a passion for community service. We have three main areas of focus. Contributing to the development of sustainable food systems that support farmers and fishermen, the resources on which they depend and the community. Helping NH communities, institutions and businesses convert to renewable wood biomass heat from fossil fuels to help sustain our forest resources and build stronger communities. Supporting entrepreneurial development that strives to strengthen community resilience.