Bear-Paw Regional Greenways is a land trust with a mission to permanently conserve a network of lands that protects our region’s water, wildlife habitat, forests, and farmland. Bear-Paw works to conserve open space through outreach, education, and the completion of land protection projects in Allenstown, Candia, Deerfield, Epsom, Hooksett, Northwood, Nottingham, Raymond, and Strafford, New Hampshire.

Bear-Paw Annual Meeting
January 24, Hooksett Public Library

Despite the snow, Ben Kilham pleased a crowd of more than 80 at the Hooksett Public Library with his talk about his work with orphaned black bear cubs in NH and his new book, In the Company of Bears (formerly Out on a Limb). Ben also joined us for the afternoon field trip and gave people a chance.

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Brown Island Project on Bow Lake

When the Brown Island project is complete, 1,000 feet of shoreline and two islands will be protected with a conservation easement held by Bear-Paw. Click on the link below for more details.

Only $8,000 remains to be raised. We need the help of people just like you! If you would like to make a gift designated to this project and Bear-Paw’s land protection program, make a donation today by indicating “The Brown Project” with your contribution!


Spring Migration Bird Walk
May 9, 7am-9 Great Marsh Preserve - Hooksett
Stephen Hale, PhD, a Researcher with UNH will lead a spring migration bird walk on Bear-Paw's newest Preserve.

Easement Monitoring for Volunteers
May 16, 9am-2pm Lee Safety Complex
What is a volunteer conservation easement monitor? This workshop will explain how and why we conservation easements every year.

OffTrail: Outdoor Skills for Land Conservation
June 6, 9am-2pm Bear-Paw Office, Deerfield
This workshop will help you expand your exploratory horizons and bolster your confidence off-trail.
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