The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
Since establishing its first preserve here in 1961, The Nature Conservancy in New Hampshire has helped protect more than 270,000 acres of ecologically significant land and currently owns and manages 28 preserves across the state.
It's thanks to the support of members like you, along with who we are and how we work that has made the Conservancy so successful — and makes us optimistic that we can expand that great conservation work to meet the challenges ahead.
Find out how tons of recycled shells and a dedicated group of "oyster nannies" are helping to restore the health of New Hampshire's unique inland estuary.
Floodplain forest restoration is the highest priority at this historic farm which sits at the confluence of the Connecticut and Upper Ammonoosuc Rivers.
Maintaining the unique fire-dependent habitat of the Ossipee Pine Barrens requires active and careful management.
In 2009, an rare visitor to Great Bay was all the buzz on the seacoast.
Photographer Joe Klementovich found inspiration from the sights and sounds of the Conservancy's efforts to restore fire to the Ossipee Pine Barrens.
Take flight over our projects in the Mount Washington Valley with Director of Stewardship, Jeff Lougee.
Jeremy Woodward talks about surviving heart failure and becoming an IRONMAN.
The Oyster Restoration Project was recently featured on NH Chronicle!