A new book Rambling the Seasons at Wildlife Pond has just been published by Tom Sileo.
” Though it’s already enjoyed by many people, I hope to highlight aspects of this gift that might have…Read more
Donate to preserve connections to Nature
Beaver Brook relies on donations, memberships, and program fees to maintain their operations.
We honor donor’s preferences for gifts to benefit underserved youth, the handicapped, children who have lost a family member, the gardens or…Read more
GIVE THE GIFT OF NATURE
Give the Gift of Nature to someone this year. They can visit over 150 other nature centers in the U.S. and Canada for free with their Beaver Brook Membership card! Nearby you can gain…Read more
Pete Smith Educational Scholarship Fund
In order to provide scholarships for underserved children to attend summer camp and underfunded schools to afford class trips to Beaver Brook’s “outdoor classroom”, a generous donor has offered a challenge to match his…Read more
S.T.E.M. for Homeschoolers
Wednesdays 10:00 – 1:30
For students 6 to 12 years old
STEM refers to the academic disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In this class students will study the natural world through the eyes of…Read more
Garden, Trail & Kiosk Volunteers needed
Enjoy learning about flowers, ferns, flowering shrubs and trees by volunteering at the Beaver Brook Maple Hill Gardens at Ridge Road in Hollis NH.
Here you can enjoy 12 theme gardens, many of which contain…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
Hiking, Gardens & Trails open to the public!
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.