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This Earth Day we're pleased to announce the expansion of Manchester Cedar Swamp Preserve! See how the addition of 40 acres permanently protects wildlife habitat and provides you with additional recreation and education opportunities.
On May 2, we(ed) need YOU! Please join The Nature Conservancy and The Stewardship Network at Lubberland Creek Preserve in Newmarket to learn how to help protect the special places in our coastal watershed from the early invasion of nuisance plants.
Hydro-power has a long history on the Connecticut River. Now during a once-in-50-years re-licensing process for hydro-power projects, Conservancy scientists are providing critical input to find ways to manage these facilities in a way that benefits the river ecosystem and the communities that depend upon it.
Over 35 volunteers (aged 5-80!) came out to repair bog bridges along the popular Sweet Trail. We chronicled the day in a slideshow.
Joe Klementovich spent two days out in the field with volunteers, scientists, artists, and families to capture the essence of citizen science in action on film during the Green Hills Bioblitz.
Photographer Joe Klementovich found inspiration from the sights and sounds of the Conservancy's efforts to restore fire to the Ossipee Pine Barrens.
Take an inside look at oyster restoration efforts to improve the health of the Great Bay estuary and Gulf of Maine!
Explore the hidden lives of the wildlife that roam the Green Hills.