Trips & Events

FALL TRIPS & PROGRAMS

 

TALES FROM THE ARCTIC & ANNUAL MEETING  — Monday, Nov. 13, 7-9pmJoin us as Dr. Jackie Richter-Menge, pioneering CRREL Research Engineer and 2016 presidential appointee to the U.S. Arctic Research Commission, shares career insights and observations from her decades of Arctic and climate change research. Refreshments will be served. A brief Annual Meeting follows at 8:15. Meet: Hanover High School Auditorium.

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“There are two things that interest me; the relation of people to each other,

and the relation of people to the land.”   -Aldo Leopold

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Conservancy trips, led by our staff and experienced volunteers, explore the wilder side of Hanover with snowshoeing, birding, family hikes, habitat demonstrations, wildflower walks, and history tours.  Members receive a seasonal colorful trip card before public announcement. Thanks to member and corporate support, outdoor trips are free and most are open to all.

  • No registration required unless noted.
  • Dress for the weather in layers, with sturdy foot gear (we go out rain or shine).  Many trips are designed for families.
  • Pets – We love our dogs too, but please leave them at home.
  • Past Trips: See where we went and what we did here!