Annual Meeting 2021
(Photo: Kate Wilcox)
Registration is now CLOSED.
We look forward to welcoming members and friends to our 120th Annual Meeting!
This year we will gather on Saturday, September 25 at Creek Farm in Portsmouth for an in-person, outdoor, afternoon presentation. There will be no live video feed.
Also new this year, if you prefer to bring your own picnic lunch, please do and enjoy a reduced registration rate. And please, bring the kids and grandkids! (Kids 12 and under attend free)
Registration: $35 per person or $25 early bird* (including optional field trip) + $15 per meal ordered.
*Early Bird Registration: Aug. 9-Sept. 7; Full Price Registration Sept. 8-Sept. 20.*
Please join us for morning field trips in the Seacoast region, followed by an outdoor gathering at Creek Farm in Portsmouth.
- 9 AM: Field trips (Read more about the choices here. You will receive additional information about what to bring and where to meet following registration.)
- 12 Noon: Registration and picnic lunch on the lawn and under the tent at Creek Farm
- 1 PM: Business Meeting and Conservationist of the Year Award Presentation
- 2 PM: Conversation about identity, land, and belonging with Dr. Carolyn Finney, author of Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of Black Americans to the Great Outdoors and Environmental Studies Professor of Practice at Middlebury College's Franklin Environmental Center.
Note: Because parking is limited at Creek Farm, guests will park at the Portsmouth High School back lot and take a shuttle to Creek Farm (5 min). Directions will be provided when you register. Some reserved parking is available - please contact us to arrange this if needed.
About Carolyn Finney
Thank you, Annual Meeting sponsors!