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Here are examples of the type of activity that requires permission:
- Activities that involve leaving marked trails, collecting materials, digging soil pits, or other activities that disturb the natural landscape or biota. To obtain permission, a short statement should be submitted that describes the anticipated impact and how the impact will be mitigated.
- Use of a canoe or kayak on the pond to conduct research. Canoeing and kayaking are not permitted for individuals or groups engaged in recreation or outdoor education.
- Groups of 12 or more persons unless accompanied by a member of the QBNA Board of Directors. Coordinating group visits helps control visitor impact and ensure a better experience for all visitors.
Organized groups using the QBNA are requested to provide QBNA a list of the names and mailing addresses of group leaders and all adult participants. QBNA, P.O. Box 90, Rumney, NH 03266.
Please give credit to Quincy Bog Natural Area in program descriptions, research, reports, etc.
Please send the Board of Directors of Rumney Ecological Systems, PO Box 90, Rumney, NH 03266, a copy of any research reports, species lists, project summaries, etc. that utilize data or other information obtained from activities at QBNA.