Superheroes. Sometimes it seems as though our supporters have extraordinary powers. While they’re a humble group and would vigorously dispute this label, we think their great deeds are well worth sharing.
It’s the amazing people that work with us to advance our mission who make us the most effective conservation organization in the world.
The New Hampshire Chapter of The Nature Conservancy is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Zankel as State Director.
The path from Longmarsh Road to Great Bay just got a little sweeter thanks to Thomas Caulfield and his recent Eagle Scout project.
This fall has proven to be another busy season for prescribed fire in both New Hampshire and Maine. We caught up with our NH/Southern Maine Stewardship Specialist, Jon Bailey, who recently became a certified Burn Boss. But what does that even mean?
We're pleased to welcome Kathleen Walsh as the Director of Philanthropy for the New Hampshire Chapter. Check out what she has to say about work, play and everything in between.
"My high school career choice was a forest ranger. It took me nearly a lifetime to get there. Now I preserve forests and wetlands for the wildlife."
“The Nature Conservancy is like a silent partner, here to protect the land beyond a landowner’s lifetime.”
Thanks to a promise kept, Charlie Paine's beloved getaway on the shores of Whitton Pond will be forever protected.