Conservation Commission

Wolf Moon Walk

Conservation Commission

Meeting Location: Tetreault ParkMeeting Date: Sat, Jan 11 2020 at 06:30pm

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Join the Rindge Conservation Commission for a chance to howl at the Wolf Moon on Saturday evening, January 11. The Commission’s first hike of 2020 coincides with January’s full moon. Native Americans supposedly named the year’s first full moon ‘Wolf Moon’ after the howling hungry wolves of winter. Gray wolves, once a native wildlife species in the Monadnock region, no longer roam our Town. Instead, we will roam Tetreault Park by moonlight exploring its wintry wonderland.   

The 1-hour winter hike is free of charge, will follow well-defined trails and be led by an experienced Conservation Commission member. Please protect yourself from cold nighttime temperatures with warm hiking boots, gloves or mittens, hat and layers of clothing. If snow is on the ground, snow shoes or cross country skis are optional. Cleats or boots with good traction are advisable under icy conditions.

January weather can be unpredictable. In case of inclement conditions, check the Town of Rindge web-site (

Mark your calendar now for the Wolf Moon Hike, 6:30 p.m., Saturday, January 11 at Tetreault Park. We will meet at the parking area located on Rand Road about ½ mile west after you turn off US-202.

Town of Rindge, NH

30 Payson Hill Rd | Rindge, NH 03461

(603) 899-5181