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 Summer and Fall Events!

Here's a list of events that we have planned for this spring and summer. Please join us for one or all of them!

Paddle on Wild Goose Pond June 28 • 9am–12 am

Casting on the Suncook September 13 • 2pm–4:30

Kevin Gardner and the Granite Kiss October 21, 7pm-9  More...



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.

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!

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Paddle on Wild Goose Pond
June 28, 9am–12pm | Pittsfield
Join Mark West for a leisurely paddle on Wild Goose Pond exploring a variety of wetland habitats and learning about aquatic ecology.

Casting on the Suncook
September 13, 2pm–4:30 | Epsom
Join Lisa Clark on the Suncook River searching for animal tracks and making plaster casts of the prints.

Kevin Gardner: New England Stone Walls
October 21, 7pm–9 | Hooksett
Kevin’s talk covers the history, technique, stylistic development, and aesthetics of New England stone walls.
 
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