Walking the border line …

While out on a hike on one of Bow’s conserved properties, you may have recently seen a Bow Open Spaces conservation easement marker.

Ken and marker fall 2012

These mark the boundaries to various easements held and maintained by Bow Open Spaces.

BOS Members have begun to post the markers along the borders of several of the properties. A primary aim is to assist abutting property owners understand where the easement exists. Walks along the edges of the properties are conducted occasionally to ensure that no illegal or inappropriate structures or activity has taken place within the borders.

There’s more work ahead. If you’d like to help post markers in the spring of 2013 let us know by filling in the form below. Thanks!


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Board member: Bow Open Spaces, Inc. Bow, New Hampshire
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