The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Since 1961, we've been working in New Hampshire to do just that. Together with partners, local landowners and the support of members like you, we have helped to protect nearly 300,000 acres and 680 miles of rivers and streams in the Granite State.
Celebrating 60 Years of Conservation in New Hampshire
With your help, we are protecting NH's lands and waters in ways that could not be imagined 60 years ago. Celebrate with us, and let’s imagine what we will do together in the next 60 years.
A Trail For Everyone
We've officially broken ground (while breaking barriers!) on the construction of our All Persons Trail at Manchester Cedar Swamp Preserve! Watch the event video, get the latest info on the progress and more.
SOAR: Supporting Oyster Aquaculture and Restoration
This new program is designed to help oyster farmers impacted by COVID-19 and the resulting economic downturn by purchasing surplus oysters and placing them on nearby oyster restoration projects.
Connect The Coast
A new effort to ensure wildlife the room to roam across New Hampshire’s Coastal Watershed.
Places We Protect
See the Places We Protect in Your Community
The Nature Conservancy owns and manages 31 preserves around the Granite State, most of which are open for you to explore and enjoy.
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