Bring your School to Maple Sugaring Class at Beaver Brook!
Chemistry, Botany, Math, Science, History, evolving technologies…… It all comes into play when learning about the unique process of maple sugaring.
The season is short: Last week of February -1st week of April and it is a phenomenom…Read more
Snowshoeing & Feasting with Stews
Sat March 7 1-3:30 pm
Go for a snowshoe or hike for an hour (we’ll provide snowshoes) to work up an appetite.There is no better way to embrace the cold weather than to fill a…Read more
The Coyote Project
Friday March 13, 2015
7 pm Lawrence Barn 28 Depot Road Hollis NH
Chris Schadler, is a wild canid ecologist with the Coyote Project. She has researched wolves and taught conservation Issues and Wolf Ecology at…Read more
Forest Freetime! February School Vacation
For students grades 1-5.
Mondays afterschool 3:45-5:30 Maple Hill Farm.
February Vacation Week Feb 23-27 9am-3 pm
See Calendar of events or call 603-465-7787 for more details.
Forest Freetime is a weekly after school program open to…Read more
Let us Help you with Winter
Snowshoeing! Tracking! Parent & Child Nature Hour!
Parent & Child Nature Hour. Tuesdays through Feb 17 10-11 am.Each week a Natural Wonder theme with story, craft & hike. Learn the trails and about New England…Read more
Mondays and Fridays 9-11 am through April 2015
Join us for this healthy, fun, fast walking group. Guaranteed to improve your seratonin and dopamine levels and overall well being. We walk ~2.5 mph on rolling…Read more
3rd Annual Earth Day Barn Sale
Sat. April 18 8 am -2 pm
117 Ridge Road Hollis
A fundraiser for Beaver Brook trails and programs. An entire barn full of household items, tools, antiques, toys, lawn and garden implements, jewelry,and surprises for…Read more
Get Greener: Compost your Food & Yard Waste
COMPOST BINs $55
Converts grass, leaves and table scraps into rich garden soil
80 gallon capacity
10 year warranty
Made from recycled plastic
Free Instruction Manual
KITCHEN SCRAP PAILS $12
Attractive & easy to use
Hinged lid snaps securely to…Read more
Beaver Brook Association was founded by Hollis P. Nichols and Jeffrey P. Smith, both of Hollis, New Hampshire. Beginning with just 12 acres of land in 1964, the two cousins dedicated their time and energies to creating a special land-based resource for young and old alike, a place that both fostered land stewardship awareness and encouraged a sense of appreciation for the natural world. During this time, the State of New Hampshire chartered Beaver Brook Association as an educational non-profit organization.
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