Protecting pollinators begins with protecting their habitat. Right now, one of our favorite projects is the pollinator meadow habitat restoration in the fields outside the McLane Center in Concord. After the preparatory phase of work last summer, we’re excited to see (hopefully!) the first of the native pollinator herbs and shrubs emerging this spring.
This is just one of the many ways we connect people with nature and protect the natural environment in New Hampshire. As the days grow longer, our biologists are heading back into the field while our education team prepares for summer camp season.
If you’ve already supported our work over the past twelve months, we thank you. If you haven’t yet, now is a great time to step up and make a gift through our online giving form. We’re looking for a strong close to our fiscal year on March 31. Every gift matters!