Spring trips have begun!

Explore vernal pools, learn new bird calls, take action for wildlife, fly kites and MORE on our spring trip series! 

All trips are free and open to the public. Pre-registration is not required, but will be starting in the fall of 2019. More trip details here…

 

 


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Memories of Moose Mountain…

A group prepares to schuss the open slopes of Moose Mountain in the late 1930s

On March 9, we presented “A Century of Skiing on Moose Mountain” to a standing room only audience at Trumbull Hall. By popular acclaim, we’re sharing our presentation here. Thanks again to former Moose Mountain Lodge owner Kay Shumway for sharing her memories and photos.


 

 

Pine Park trails have reopened after a major project to remove diseased trees. 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 riverfront land 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…