Projects - Piscataquog Area Trailways Clear Pixel

Projects are selected on their value to the community as a whole, on their sustainability and on the prospects for a successful completion. 

PAT members may submit major projects for consideration to the BOD or request help with minor projects in their own neighborhoods.

Depending on the costs involved, funding may be sought from State or Federal Agencies.

As an alternative, PAT may choose to donate funds to other organizations involved in a compatible project.

Current Projects

  • SAUNDERS PASTURE TRAIL, Saunders Hill Road, NEW BOSTON, NH 2013/2014

    In addition to a walking trail currently in place, 15 members of PAT worked 3 hours on trail work day 2013 to open up a multi use trail for horseback riding, bicycling and hiking.  The land is under conservation and managed by the New Boston Conservation Commission.  Additional work is scheduled for 2014 to mark and widen the trail.

    The trail offers beautiful, scenic views of the Great Meadow, New Boston`s wild life jewel.  Ducks, geese, beaver, moose and bear also enjoy the Great Meadow.

    This trail is a link between Francestown (Kingsbury Hill), Weare and several of New Boston`s prime trail areas.


  • SHERBURNE FOREST TRAIL, Cochran Hill Road, NEW BOSTON 2013/2014

    The Sherburne Forest Trail is an extension of the New Boston Trail on Old Coach Road.  This trail system encompasses three town forests; Lydia Dodge Forest, O`Rourke Forest and the Sherburne Forest.

    Boy Scout Troop #123 partially cleared the Sherburne Forest Trail in 2013.  A bridge was built by a Scout going for his Eagle Scout Badge.

    This year, PAT will be completing the trail clearing and marking the trail.  This trail is a multi use trail, with a section linking to Janet Nixon`s trails along the Piscataquog River.
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