Visit Our Accessible Trails: Cow Lane, Wildflower and Lower Meadow
We are pleased to offer programming that utilizes our accessible trail system. If you are interested in these offerings, please call our office or email Sarah Barrow email@example.com.
A special thank you to the individuals and organizations that made the construction of these trails possible:
The Frederick S. Lyford Memorial Fund, The Claire Goulder Memorial Fund, The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, The Norwin S. & Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation, The Barker Foundation, The Robin Colson Memorial Foundation, Nashua Rotary West, The Beaver Brook Endowments and supporters like you.
When Hollis and Ellen Nichols and Jeff Smith founded Beaver Brook Association in 1964, they established it as an organization that would promote the interrelationships of the natural world through land stewardship and education.
Jeff Smith, who spent his childhood summers traveling from Boston to rural Hollis, felt that one of the reasons this conservation land was important was to “have places where people can walk outside and be in the woods”. Similarly, Hollis Nichols recognized that “Beaver Brook has played a part not only in environmental education but by simply offering the public a place to get away for a Sunday walk”.
The ability for anyone to have access to nature, for both educational purposes and general enjoyment, is at the heart of why Beaver Brook exists. With help from granting foundations, memorial funds, and community supporters we’ve been able to further our mission through the creation of accessible trails in the heart of our education corridor. Beaver Brook Association is deeply grateful to the organizations and individuals who helped make this a reality.