A collection of photographs, "Fauna of the Galapagos," by Godfrey (Jeff) Sluder are on display at the Forest Society's Conservation Center in Concord until the end of August 2019.
Godfrey (Jeff) Sluder has been a resident of Kingston for the last 15 years. He first became interested in using the camera when he was 19 and took a trip out West. Since then, he has carried a camera with him wherever he goes.
Join us to practice mindfulness at peaceful Creek Farm! Mindfulness teacher Liz Korabek-Emerson, MFA will lead a sitting and walking meditation practice by Sagamore Creek on Wednesday mornings from June 5 to August 21. No experience is necessary, and everyone is welcome! Please meet on the lawn by the lions. Liz will post weather updates on her website: www.korabektraining.com.
Join us Wednesdays from 7:30 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.June 5 through August 21, 2019.
Want to learn more about the Seacoast Science Center's Marine Mammal Rescue program?! Then come to Creek Farm and enjoy an evening with Ashley Stokes, Marine Mammal rescue Coordintor where she'll tell you all about it (and how YOU can help!).
The Forest Society and the Deering Conservation Commission are sponsoring this walk through the meadows of the Tom Rush Forest in Deering, NH. This year there have been a large number of monarch butterflies in these meadows, and with the help of local naturalists, we hope to see several phases of this fascinating insect's life cycle in person! You will learn about monarch biology and conservation, and about a local threat to NH's monarchs: invasive black swallow-wort vine. Black swallow-wort has been identified on the Tom Rush Forest and you will get a chance to see this plant and learn
Come learn about the Gulls of Appledore Project with a talk about "The Secret Lives of Gulls: Insights from over 15 years of gull study and banding on Appledore Island" with Sarah Courchesne. This research is part of a citizen science effort that relies on people like you–birders, beachgoers, and casual observers, to report banded birds. Join us on Thursday September 12th and you'll learn about...
Join the Deering Conservation Commission and the Deering Association for an end-of-summer picnic on the top of Wilson Hill, on the Forest Society's High Five Reservation (Deering, NH). Bring your own picnic dinner and beverages, spread out a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy the near 360-degree views of surrounding forests and mountains. This site is perfect for picnickers of all ages and abilities- the top of Wilson Hill is a short (1500 feet) walk up a moderately sloped gravel drive, and those with mobility issues (or heavy coolers!) can also drive to the top for this event. A higher cl
The floodplain Conservation Area is home to many types of birds, from Great Blue Herons to wood ducks to warblers. Join Ellen Kenny, a veteran floodplain birdwatcher, and Linden Rayton, Floodplain Education Coordinator, for a walk through the trails in search of our feathered friends. Beginner birdwatchers expected! Bring your own binoculars or borrow one of ours (supplies are limited). Ages 12+. Long pants recommended. Event is free and space is limited to 20 people; pre-register using the link below.