We’re kicking off 2019 with guided snowshoe hikes, wildlife tracking, and a (virtual) peek inside the Moose Mountain Lodge. Grab a friend and join us for one or all of these fun winter activities.
Thanks to our winter trip sponsor Ledyard National Bank, all events are free!
No registration is required, except for…
Winter Wildlife Tracking at the Britton Forest: Online Registration Now Open!
Set on Moose Mountain, this 79-acre property is the generous gift of Doug and Katharine Britton of Norwich, donated on October 31, 2018.
Group size is limited on this trip, and registration is open to Conservancy members only.
Not yet a member? Donate today and join more than a quarter of Hanover’s households in supporting our work!
Local Conservation News: Pine Park is currently CLOSED while a patch of diseased trees is removed. Please respect the closure for your own safety.
Stay up to date and learn more about this beloved area at PinePark.org.
Pine Park is Hanover’s first natural area permanently preserved as a park and today functions as the town’s “central park” for the enjoyment of walkers, joggers, skiers and many others. The park is owned by the Pine Park Association, a voluntary nonprofit that dates back to 1900, when a group of 17 local residents sought to prevent the Diamond Match Company from harvesting trees along the riverbank just north of the Ledyard Bridge. Read more…