During the month of October, explore the mossy ledges of Greensboro Ridge Natural Area while following the adventures of Sunsquatch, a friendly creature who wants to save the planet. This self-guided walk follows the path of a picture book spread along a ~ 1 mile, moderately strenuous loop. The first 10 participants will receive a Sunsquatch plushie! Thanks to our generous sponsors, ReVision Energy and Sustainable Hanover.
A Trip Through Tunis History
Sun, Sept. 25, 10am-noon
Remote northeast Hanover is the Tunis District, a once-busy 19th c. settlement with its own one-room schoolhouse built in 1822. Celebrate its 200th anniversary with a peek at the beautifully restored school and easy/moderate hike to an historic mill site. Location: 88 Wolfeboro Road. Leaders: Barbara Fildes, Keith Quinton, and Adair Mulligan. Co-sponsored with the Hanover Historical Society.
Head over to Event Page for more information and registration!
Watch the 2021 Annual Meeting on our YouTube Channel!
Yesterday’s Annual Meeting was recorded! View the full video on our YouTube channel. The first 15 minutes are the business portion, followed by Executive Director, Adair Mulligan presentation of the History of HC protected lands and Q&A. Enjoy!
Hot off the press!
We’re excited to be featured in the fall issue of Here in Hanover magazine! Pick up your copy around town or share the article with friends online.
Mink Brook Community Forest meeting now on our YouTube channel!
NEW! Watch the May 27th, 2020 recording of a Zoom informational meeting on the Mink Brook Community Forest project. The call was led by JT Horn, Senior Project Manager for the Trust for Public Land and Rob Houseman, Planning Director for the Town of Hanover.
Hanover Trail Maps available at Town Offices
In a message sent by the Town on 5/28/2020: Back by popular demand, the 2013 Hanover Trail Map has been re-printed and is available for purchase at the Town Offices, 41 South Main Street.
The price will vary depending upon your method of payment and whether you would like the map mailed to you.
If you come to the Town Offices, the map costs:
$7 if you pay by check; or
$8.50 if you pay using a credit card.
If you would like a map mailed to you, the map plus postage costs:
$8 if you pay by check; or
$9.50 if you pay using a credit card.
The map is also available on the Town website (for free) https://www.hanovernh.org/
Get out and enjoy our wonderful trail system!
Planning and Zoning Department
PO Box 483
41 South Main Street
Hanover, NH 03755