Native Americans of the Woodlands Homeschool Program is a ten week session Wednesdays 10:00 – 1:30 Ideal for students 6 to 12 years old
Studying Native American life offers a wealth of learning opportunities…Read more
Herbal & Natural Products Workshops
Herbal Scrubs & Salves workshop
Wed Sept 7 9 am
Learn to make herbal skin salves to soften your skin. We’ll use comfrey or lavender for this project. Also make herbal sugar scrubs that clean and…Read more
Treasure Hunt at Beaver Brook
Download the map and the clue sheet then take your family on an adventure!
Start at Maple hill Farm 117 Ridge Road off you go. The total hike is approximately a mile.
Spatterdock Treasure Hunt Map-Printable
Spatterdock Treasure…Read more
You can still join Summer Camp!
We still have openings in Mountain biking, Can You Survive it?, Summer Safari, Rocky Ridge Explorers, and Nature Detectives….fun for ages 4-16. Check availability and register.
Become a member and receive a 10% discount on…Read more
Enjoy a 0.3 mile walk on the Wildflower Trail where the new kiosk can help you identify flowers in bloom
a 1 mile loop through many different habitats and geologic formations on the Tudor Richards…Read more
Fire destroys Buildings and $50,000 – 100,000 in farm equipment at Beaver Brook
Update: Beaver Brook Fire Recovery
While there is no news to report on the cause of the fire we want to update you on the progress being made in Beaver Brook’s recovery from it. Our…Read more
Environmental Education is our specialty!
Beaver Brook has 52 years of environmental education under its belt and is happy to customize programs for public and private schools and other groups.
We offer a wide range of field programs, for ages…Read more
36th Annual Fall Festival & Art Show
Call for Artists Brochure 2016
Artwork Entry Form
Children’s Art Show
Picture Hanging Instructions 2016
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
September 24 & 25th 11 am-5 pm
Theme: Nature’s Treasures
Featured Artist: Zachary Zahn plus the art of 75 other artists from the region
Beaver Brook Association is a non-profit nature education center and conservation area located in Hollis, NH. It is a peaceful oasis of nature, easy and free to visit for a morning or afternoon hike on any of our 35 miles of well-maintained, mapped trails. Beaver Brook prides itself on promoting responsible natural resource management and environmental awareness for over fifty years through school field trips, scouting events, summer camps, birthday parties, adult workshops, guided hikes, Snowschool ™, letterboxing, gardening and volunteer opportunities, and so much more. Beaver Brook has something for everyone and is a great place to explore the natural world around us. Come and check out our forest, streams, ponds and wildlife! You will be so pleased to discover what a gem that Beaver Brook is.