Feasting from our Local Farms
Feasting From our Local Farms: The Benefits of Eating Locally and Seasonally
October 9 6:30-8:30
The modern movement of eating locally grown and raised seasonal fare has its roots deeply planted in our historic kitchens. Now,…Read more
AfterSchool Nature Clubs at Beaver Brook
AfterSchool Take the Bus to Beaver Brook for Forest Freetime!
Wednesdays 3:45pm – 5:30pm September: 17, 24, October: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, November: 5
The Explore Nature Club meets Wednesdays after school and is open…Read more
Starting Sept 8th, 2014- April 2015
Mondays and Fridays 9-11 am
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…Read more
Beaver Brook Action on Pipeline
Pipeline Update-September 17, 2014
On September 15th, Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, L.L.C. (a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan) submitted a request to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to use the pre-filing procedures for their proposed…Read more
Yoga Nidra Benefit for Beaver Brook Oct 12
On Sunday Oct 12 from 6-7 pm, join Certified Yoga Instructor Gail Duval for an evening of Yoga Nidra.
A suggested donation of $10.00 is greatly appreciated. All proceeds benefit Beaver Brook Association.
Yoga nidra is a…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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