Andy Crowley

Male with short beard and a great smile
Stewardship Projects Manager

Andy Crowley is the Stewardship Projects Manager for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. He joined the Forest Society in 2018 and is a self-proclaimed carpenter-turned-conservationist. Andy is the Forest Society's lead on various trail and recreation infrastructure projects, and coordinates the annual Monadnock Trails Week among many other events and educational workshops.

The host of 'WoodShop Wednesday', Crowley formerly was a Builder 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 and another season of trail projects in the Pacific Northwest and Continental Divide with the Northwest Youth Corps. His cumulitave experience and story-telling-nature makes Andy Crowley a favorite among volunteers and community partners.

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 taking long walks in the forests of New Hampshire with his son.