Andrew Crowley

Andy Crowley poses in the forest outside of the Conservation Center.
Land Steward Program Coordinator
Outreach Programs

Andy Crowley is the Land Steward Program Coordinator for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. He joined the Forest Society in 2018 and oversees over 150 active volunteer Land Stewards, coordinates the annual Land Steward Core Training, Monadnock Trails Week, and many other events and educational workshops.

Before becoming a conservationist, Andy Crowley was a carpenter in the US Navy Seabees. He returned to his native New Hampshire to study Outdoor Education at the University of New Hampshire where a background in carpentry and a focus on positive youth development led him to a crew leader position with the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. Crowley was a cabins & trails manager with the New Hampshire Outing Club, and has led trail projects in the Pacific Northwest and Continental Divide with the Northwest Youth Corps.

Andy Crowley is the Forest Society’s representative on the New Hampshire Outdoor Council and when he’s not leading trail and conservation projects, you can find him in tied into a climbing rope somewhere off in the mountains.