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Field Trips and Events

In New Hampshire

Mark Your Calendars!

The Nature Conservancy hosts many exciting events and field trips throughout the year in New Hampshire.  Led by chapter staff and/or local experts, most are free and open to members and non-members alike.  RSVP is requested, as some trips have space limits.  To register for a trip, please contact Sydney Allen, except where noted.


Special Events


  • Science On Tap: Urban Wildlife in Manchester

    The Shaskeen Pub
    909 Elm Street
    Manchester, NH
    October 14, 2014

    Join the SEE Science Center for this monthly informal discussion with scientists and experts on relevant science topics!   Science On Tap: Urban Wildlife in Manchester From Hackett Hill to Lake Massabesic, Manchester city limits include diverse wildlife habitats... Learn more


  • Otter Brook Preserve Hike

    The Nature Conservancy's Otter Brook Preserve
    Bowlder Road
    Sullivan, NH
    October 18, 2014

    Join Harris Center volunteers Roger and Ann Sweet, and The Nature Conservancy's Eric Aldrich for a moderately strenuous 5-mile hike at Otter Brook Preserve.  We'll hike on trails to Bolster Pond via Warren Hill, returning by Ellis Reservoir. Bring water, lunch a... Learn more


Volunteer Opportunities


  • Sweet Trail Volunteers Needed!

    Sweet Trail Parking Area
    Dame Road
    Durham, NH 03824
    October 04, 2014

    Love the Sweet Trail? So do we! Join the Conservancy and the Stewardship Network at the Sweet Trail for a day of learning, fun, and work... all about trails! Tasks include cutting brush, replacing broken bog bridges, hauling supplies, replacing trail signs, and more.... Learn more


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