Favorite Yearly Events:

Hayrides to the Salmon Falls River

Rescued wild animals presented by Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

Bee House Building (download instructions)

A guided family forest walk

A traveling barnyard and petting zoo

A kids’ craft corner

A mountain man’s hut

Demonstrations of traditional skills and crafts

Live toe-tapping music

Kids try fishing in the Branch Hill Farm pond

A discovery walk for kids

Nature’s Playground in the woods

View our 2017 draft program of events .

Slideshow highlights of 2016 Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival, courtesy of David O’Connor.

15th Annual Woods, Water & Wildlife Festival

10 am – 3 pm;  Saturday, August 12, 2017

Branch Hill Farm, 307 Applebee Rd, Milton Mills, NH 03852

This family-friendly celebration of the natural world features fun and educational outdoor activities. New events this year include a Permaculture Garden, making sustainable Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes, and Here Comes the Sun — all about solar panels. Click here to view our 2017 Program of Events. $5/person, $10/family; Free to kids 12 and under and to MMRG members.

———Rain or Shine; No Pets Please———

We are seeking Sponsors of our 2017 WWW Festival!

To view or download sponsor appeal materials, click on items below:

Letter to potential new sponsors

Letter to returning sponsors

Sponsorship levels and benefits

Sponsor sign-up sheet

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THANK YOU to our  2017 FESTIVAL UNDERWRITERS, SPONSORS, CO-SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS!

Underwriters:

the Siemon Company
Branch Hill Farm/Carl Siemon Family Charitable Trust

$1000 or more:

Bruce and Jennifer Rich
Carl and Beth Ann Siemon
the Hays-Dombrower Family
the Wyatt Family

$500-$999:

Beverly Siemon
Devonshire Realty, LLC
Dottie Bean
Gene Hays

$250-$499:

Art and Lynne Slocum
B&B Auto and RV Service Center
David Hutchins Builders
David Levin and Marty Conant
Donald F. Whittum Law Office
Evergreen Valley Snowmobile Club
Forest Pump & Filter
Index Packaging
Janet Wyatt
Jay Fortune Custom Carpentry
Land Bank of Wolfeboro-Tuftonboro
Law Office of L. Bradley Helfer
Longmeadow Construction
Mariko Yamasaki and Gary Getchel
McKenzie’s Farm
Mikel O’Brien
Norway Plains
Patrick Stevens Contracting
Philip Zaeder & Sylvia Thayer
Poor People’s Pub
ReVision Energy
Sebastian Septic Service LLC
Sharon and Dave Buttrick
Susan Marique
The Music Mill
Three Ponds Protective Association
Trager Massage LLC
Wakefield Inn & Restaurant

$100-$249

Blue Seal Rochester
CK and Jennifer Siemon
Farmington Fish and Game
Hersom Logging
Holy Rosary Credit Union
Jobin Electric
John & Pam Siemon
 Lilac Printing and Graphic Design
Maxfield Real Estate
Meredith Village Savings Bank
Milton Hardware
the Orlando & Prussen Families
Re/Max Realty Group
Winning Landscapes
 Festival sponsorships and proceeds support MMRG’s land conservation and educational outreach missions.
We are grateful for your support!

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Volunteers are needed to make the festival run smoothly!

To volunteer:

call (603) 978-7125 or email info@mmrg.info.

THANK YOU!

Volunteer Opportunities

  In advance:

  • Hang fliers and yard signs
  • Make homemade salads or desserts to sell
  • Help set up signs, tables, tents and hay bales
  • Help plant and mulch the new permaculture garden

  On festival day:

  • Set up on Festival morning
  • Staff the food tables
  • Parking
  • Help Kids have fun with crafts
  • Help with hayrides
  • Take photos for MMRG publicity
  • Clean up afterwards!

View article about Festival Volunteers.