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.
We’re putting a lot of faith in the forecast today- this space will be updated if we’re forced to postpone until tomorrow. See you at 4:30!
Join us at the main trailhead parking at the top of Velvet Rocks Dr. on Thursday, October 4th for live music, refreshments and a brief history of this conservation success. (RAIN DATE: Friday, Oct. 5th)
Our new trail at the Greensboro Ridge Natural Area is ready for visitors, thanks to last week’s help from Hypertherm volunteers and our hardy, rain-drenched crew on Upper Valley Trails Day. Blazing will be completed soon, but the half-mile path, which links the Silent Brook Trail with Oli’s Eagle Trail, is now easy to follow. Try it out!
Here’s an innovative Internet-based marketplace that connects landowners in our region with people who appreciate and benefit from services offered by the land. This new site helps individuals and businesses invest in projects that protect or enhance natural services provided by private forest and farmland in the Upper Connecticut River Watershed.
The Hanover Conservancy has posted two projects for investment at Greensboro Ridge Natural Area.