Super Quest

May 1- November 1

Welcome to the 2017 Miraculous Trees Super Quest! Explore the forests of the Upper Valley this spring, summer, and fall through this tree-themed challenge.

Learn about special places like the Chaffee Wildlife Sanctuary, Hurricane Forest, and Gile Mountain Ridge. Follow the 10 Valley Quests featured on the Super Quest to find treasure boxes containing specially carved stamps. When you collect all 10, you’ll notice that one stamp is missing. Stop by the Vital Communities offices in White River Junction to complete your stamp sheet and get your official Super Quest patch!

You can print the Miraculous Trees Super Quest on 11” x 17” paper, pick one up at the Vital Communities offices, or grab one at various locations around the Upper Valley.*

Find the Valley Quests featured in this year’s Super Quest by using the Valley Quest app—available for FREE in the iTunes Store—or by using the search bar below. A few of the Quests are also included in our Valley Quest books.

*Locations you can find the 2017 Miraculous Trees Super Quest:

  • Woodstock Green, Woodstock, VT
  • Farm-Way, Bradford, VT
  • Springfield Town Central Library, Springfield, VT
  • Latham Library, Thetford, VT
  • Howe Library, Hanover, NH
  • Converse Library, Lyme, NH
  • Cornish Library, Cornish, NH

 

SUPER QUEST UPDATES: 

*Due to recent storms, the road leading to the Quest for the Lonesome Pine has been closed, making this Quest inaccessible for the rest of the summer. This Quest is now closed until the road is re-opened. Super Questers can collect the stamp at the Vital Communities office in White River Junction.

*Due to vandalism, the stamp for the Trees of Hanover Quest is now being kept at Vital Communities. Feel free to collect this stamp impression when you come for the final puzzle piece.

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250th Commemoration
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Thank you to Farm-Way, our generous sponsor!

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Lauren Griswold

Valley Quest and Volunteer Coordinator, Valley Food & Farm Program Assistant

Valley Quest, Food & Farm

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Valley Quest, Food & Farm

— Lauren Griswold, Valley Quest and Volunteer Coordinator, Valley Food & Farm Program Assistant

Lauren Griswold joined Vital Communities in May 2017 to coordinate Power of Produce (POP) clubs at Upper Valley farmers' markets and farmstands. In August 2017 she became our Valley Quest and Volunteer Coordinator, in addition to her role as the Valley Food & Farm Program Assistant. Lauren grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and graduated from the University of Vermont in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in English and Environmental Studies. Her passion for sustainable agriculture took her out West, where she served as a garden educator in Bend, Oregon. After an enriching chapter in the high desert, Lauren is thrilled to be back in central Vermont. She is passionate about the rich communities and natural beauty of the Upper Valley, and enjoys engaging the next generation with wonder and enthusiasm about this special place. In her free time, Lauren can be found mountain biking, cross country skiing, gardening, knitting, and savoring meals with friends and family.