Monday, November 30, 2015 - 3:30pm

Some Creatures Great & Small in the Granite State

The Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series / March 2016

All programs take place on Tuesday evenings in March from 7 to 8:30 pm at the NH Division of Forests and Lands’ Caroline Fox Research and Demonstration Forest, Hillsborough, NH.


Mount Major is the annual destination of the fourth grade classes of Portsmouth's Little Harbour Elementary School (LHES).

Did you know there are more than 160 species of dragonflies and damselflies in New Hampshire?

 The Forest Society is offering guided, as well as self-guided, tours of its  Conservation Center headquarters in Concord and guided tours of the adjacent 103-acre Merrimack River Outdoor Education & Conservation Area

You’d think a group of high school girls would have only disparaging remarks about litterbugs after picking up scads of sticky granola bar wrappers and Gatorade bottles – plus some really weird items -- from the summit and trails of Mt. Major last weekend.

You have probably already heard about the invasive Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) beetle's discovery in Concord in 2013.  Perhaps you already know that this insect will have devastating effects on the state's ash tree population in coming years.

On Friday, Jan. 16, I visited the Bradford Elementary School to lead 19 students on a winter activity day snowshoe hike on their Outdoor Learning and Fitness Trail.

1980 Original Building -- Passive Solar Design

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