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, Barnstead, Candia, Deerfield, Epsom, Hooksett, Northwood, Nottingham, Pittsfield, Raymond, and Strafford, New Hampshire.

Bear-Paw Spring and Summer Events

We have some fun and interesting events planned for this summer. Please register for one or all of them and Get Outside!

What’s that Dragonfly?
July 11, 8:30am-10
TL Storer Boy Scout Reservation, Strafford

"Plants to know, Plants to eat" with Russ Cohen
September 12, 9:30am-12
Graylag Cabins, Pittsfield


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!


What’s that Dragonfly?
July 11, 8:30am-10, Strafford
Join Strafford's Scott Young on a walk to learn about dragonflies and damsel flies on the T. L. Storer Boy Scout Reservation in Strafford.

Plants to know, Plants to eat
September 12, 9:30am-12, Pittsfield
Russ Cohen leads a walk along the shores of Wild Goose Pond looking for edible foods the NH landscape provides.

Do you have an idea for an workshop?
Contact us so that we can get it on our
schedule! We're also looking for volunteers to help make them happen!
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