At New Hampshire Audubon we are committed to continue our efforts to protect Nature for All people. To that end, we are working to make our programs, lands, and Nature Centers welcoming, accessible, and equitable to all participants and visitors.
Our mission priorities include taking action towards these goals every day. For example:
- We are breaking down language, sensory, transportation, and financial
barriers to provide educational experiences to diverse communities in
- Two sanctuaries now include All Access trails plus a second phase trail launching in 2023, advancing our long-term commitment to improving Access for All to our sanctuary trails and our centers;
- We are continuing to collaborate with local Indigenous leaders to recognize and share acknowledgement of the appropriation of Indigenous lands by colonial settlers on the properties we protect and safeguard, including highlighting traditional ecological knowledge and place-specific land use history in our sanctuary signage and trail guides;
- We have a working committee of staff members dedicated to attention and improvement of equity and social justice, started in 2020.
These are just a few examples of our commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and Accessibility.
Find out more about accessibility in our Centers and on our Wildlife Sanctuaries.
Learn more about our history and mission.