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Facility NameContact PersonTitleStreet AddressCityStateZipPhoneWebsiteEmailAudienceAge GroupsEnvironmental FocusDelivery MethodAcademic FocusNHEE Organizational Member?
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Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors CenterHelen DalbeckExecutive Director4 Fletcher Street or PO Box 330ManchesterNH03105(603) 626- FISH (3474)http://amoskeagfishways.org/hdalbeck@nhaudubon.orgNo
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Appalachian Mountain ClubJohn D. JudgePresident and CEO5 Joy StreetBostonMA02108(617) 523-0655http://www.outdoors.orgjjudge@outdoors.orgpublic, families, schoolsallmulti-focusedworkshops, guided trips, school programs, trail crew, hut programYes
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AMC - New Hampshire ChapterBill WarrenChair5 Joy StreetBostonMA 02108(617) 523-0722http://amc-nh/chapter/chairnh@amc-nh.orgYes
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A Mountain Classroom, (AMC) Highland Center at Crawford NotchAndrea Muller/Rachel FreiermanNorth Country Youth Education Director/Mountain Classroom Manager3575 US-302CarrollNH03575(603) 278-4453http://www.outdoors.org/classroomamuller@outdoors.org, rfreierman@outdoors.orgschools, youth groups, college groupsGrades K - 12 & CollegeEnvironmental Education and Leadership Development and Teambuildingday and overnight school programs, guided trips, hut tripsEarth Science, Ecology, Leadership SkillsYes
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A Mountain Classroom, (AMC) Pinkham Notch Visitor CenterAndrea Muller/Rachel FreiermanNorth Country Youth Education Director/Mountain Classroom ManagerPO Box 298, 361 Route 16GorhamNH03581(603) 466-2721http://www.outdoors.org/classroomamuller@outdoors.org, rfreierman@outdoors.orgschools, youth groups, college groupsGrades K - 12 & CollegeEnvironmental Education and Leadership Development and Teambuildingday and overnight school programs, guided trips, hut tripsEarth Science, Ecology, Leadership SkillsYes
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A Mountain Classroom, (AMC) Cardigan LodgeAndrea Muller/Rachel FreiermanNorth Country Youth Education Director/Mountain Classroom Manager774 Shem Valley RoadAlexandriaNH03222(603) 466-2722http://www.outdoors.org/classroomamuller@outdoors.org, rfreierman@outdoors.orgschools, youth groups, college groupsGrades K - 12 & CollegeEnvironmental Education and Leadership Development and Teambuildingday and overnight school programs, guided trips, hut tripsEarth Science, Ecology, Leadership SkillsYes
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Art for WaterChristine Destrempes10 Kadakit Street, Mill #6, Studio #4 or PO Box 176HarrisvilleNH03450(603) 827-3744http://www.artforwater.orgcdestrempes@artforwater.orgNo
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Beaver Brook AssociationCeleste Philbrick BarrEducation and Community Affairs Director117 Ridge RoadHollisNH03049(603) 465-7787http://www.beaverbrook.org/cpbarr@bbanaturecenter.orgpublic, families, schoolsallmulti-focusedworkshops, school programs, trail crew, guided trips, overnight cabins, camps, gardens, 35 miles of trailsNo
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Boy Scouts - Daniel Webster CouncilDon ShepardScout Executive/CEO571 Holt AvenueManchesterNH03109(603) 625-6431info@nhscouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Massabesic DistrictTom TraftonDirector of Field Service(603) 625-6431tom.trafton@scouting.orgNo
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Boys Scouts - Abnaki DistrictDuane ArmstrongSr. District Executive(603) 867-0227duane.armstrong@scouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Arrowhead DistrictJack GaylordDistrict Director(603) 289-0378jackson.gaylord@scouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Sunapee DistrictJason EbornDistrict Director(603) 289-6267jason.eborn@scouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Mt Monadnock DistrictJoshua BeaucherDistrict Executive(603) 785-7552joshua.beaucher@scouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Nutfield DistrictSean FogleSr. District Executive(603) 785-1205sean.fogle@scouting.orgNo
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Boy Scouts - Historic DistrictSkip ChaseSr. District Executive(603) 289-5507skip.chase@scouting.orgNo
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Camp Glen BrookJake LewisGap Program Director & Outreach Director35 Glen Brook RoadMarlboroughNH03455(603) 876-3342http://www.glenbrook.org/office@glenbrook.orgSummer and winter camps, school groups and familiesAllNo
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The Caterpillar LabSam JaffeFounder and Executive Director222 West St. 2nd FloorKeeneNH03431(717) 364-5111http://www.thecaterpillarlab.org/outreach@thecaterpillarlab.orgpublic, schools, preschools, summer camps, families, college groupsallCaterpillars, Moths, Butterflies, Metamorphosisinformal outreach programs, school programs, workshops, professional development, guided walks, lecturesEnvironmental Studies, Biology, EcologyNo
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Canterbury Shaker Village288 Shaker RdCanterburyNH03224(603) 783-9511http://www.shakers.org/fburdick@shakers.orgSchool groups, familiesallNo
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Distant Hill GardensMichael Nerrie507 March Hill RoadWalpoleNH03608(603) 756-4179http://www.distanthillgardens.org/mnerrie@gmail.comNo
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DRED - Division of ParksEric FeldbaumNH(603) 271-2411http://www.dred.state.nh.us/ eric.feldbaum@dred.nh.govNo
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DRED - Division of Forest and Lands172 Pembroke RoadConcordNH03301603-271-2214http://www.nhdfl.org/Brad.Simpkins@dred.nh.govNo
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DRED- Division of Forests and Lands Urban Forestry CenterA.J. Dupere45 Elwyn RoadPortsmouthNH03801(603) 431-6774http://www.nhdfl.org/land-conservation/urban-forestry-center/A.J.Dupere@dred.nh.govNo
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Fort at No. Four Open Air Museum267 Springfield RoadCharlestownNH03603(603) 826-5700http://fortat4.org/info@fortat4.comNo
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Girl Scouts of the Green and White MountainsTricia MellorCEOPOB 10832, One Commerce DriveBedfordNH03110888-474-9686www.girlscoutsgwm.orginfo@girlscoutsgwm.orggirls grades k-12 and parentsgrades k-12troops, camp, on-lineNo
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Great Bay Discovery CenterKelle LoughlinDirector89 Depot Rd.GreenlandNH03885(603) 778-0015http://www.greatbay.org/Kelle.Loughlin@wildlife.nh.govNo
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Green Mountain Conservation GroupBrittany AngeloPrograms CoordinatorPO Box 95EffinghamNH03882(603) 539-1859http://www.gmcg.org/programs@gmcg.orgNo
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Gulf of Maine Institute117 Main StWest NewburyMA01985(207) 571-9409https://www.gulfofmaineinstitute.org/jterry4@mac.comNo
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Gundalow CompanyMolly Bolster60 Marcy StreetPortsmouthNH03801(603) 433-9505http://www.gundalow.org/mbolster@gundalow.orgNo
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Harris Center for Conservation EducationJanet AltobelloSchool Program Coordinator, Naturalist83 King's HighwayHancockNH03449(603) 525-3394http://www.harriscenter.org/altobello@harriscenter.orgNo
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Hooper Institute165 Prospect Hill RoadWalpoleNH03608(603) 756-4382http://www.hooperinstitute.org/Hooperinstitute@myfairpoint.netNo
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Hubbard Brook Research FoundationJackie WilsonEducation DirectorPO Box 282North WoodstockNH03262603-348-2245http://www.hubbardbrookfoundation.org/jwilson@hbresearchfoundation.orgteachers, students, general publicK-12, undergrads, grad studentsEcosystem-level research, long-term monitoring (trends in environmental data)No charge for tours or any other of our offerings: teacher PD (workshops, institutes, tours), tours for students and general audiences, online data-based lessons based on HB researchTours and lessons can be tailored for all middle and high school science disciplinesNo
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Keene Wastewater Treatment PlantEric SwopeIndustrial Pretreatment Coordinator350 Marlboro StreetKeeneNH03431357-9836, ext. 6504https://www.ci.keene.nh.us/homeeswope@ci.keene.nh.usNo
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Lakes Region Conservation TrustDavid R. MallardLand and Stewardship Director156 Dane RoadCenter HarborNH03226603-253-3301http://lrct.org/lrct@lrct.orgNo
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League of Women Voters of New HampshireLiz TentarelliPresident/Membership4 Park Street Suite 200ConcordNH03301(603) 225-5344http://www.lwvnh.org/*message sent*- waiting for e-mail address http://www.lwvnh.org/sendcomment.cgi?To=League+of+Women+Voters+of+New+Hampshire&id=yrnthr:yjiau/betNo
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Loon Preservation CommitteeJohn H. CooleySenior BiologistLee's Mills RoadMoultonboroughNH03254(603) 476-5666http://www.loon.org/info@loon.orgNo
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Margret & H. A. Rey CenterCatherine!MorrisonProgram SpecialistNoon Peak Road PO Box 286Waterville ValleyNH03215 (603) 236-3308http://thereycenter.org/info@thereycenter.orgNo
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Massabesic Audubon CenterAngie KrysiakProgram Director26 Audubon WayAuburnNH03032(603) 668-2045http://www.nhaudubon.org/about/centers/massabesic/mac@nhaudubon.orgallProgram offerings, trails for recreation, exhibits (inc. live animals) at centerYes
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Montshire Museum of ScienceGreg DeFrancisEducation Director1 Montshire RoadNorwichVT05055(802) 649-2200http://www.montshire.org/greg.defrancis@montshire.orgNo
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Mount Washington ObservatoryWill BroussardOutreach Coordinator2779 White Mountain HighwayNorth ConwayNH03860 (603) 356-2137 ext211https://www.mountwashington.org/outreach@mountwashington.orgNo
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Mountain Village Charter SchoolAlfie E. KerrSchool Program Adminstrator13 NH Route 25 Plymouth NH03264(603) 536-3900http://mountainvillagecharterschool.org/admin@mountainvillagecharterschool.orgPublic Charter School/ non profit1st through 5th gradeOutdoor Montessori educationDirect instruction/ Montessori Philosophey1st -8th gradeNo
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National Park Service - Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site139 Saint Gaudens RoadCornishNH03745(603) 675-2175 ext 100https://www.nps.gov/saga/index.htm*message sent*- waiting for e-mail addressNo
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The Nature Conservancyhttp://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/newhampshire/jim_obrien@tnc.orgNo
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Nature's Classroom - Sargent CenterLarry ChambersSchool Programs Director36 Sargent Camp RoadHancockNH03449603-525-3311http://www.naturesclassroom.org/sargent.htmlarryc@naturesclassroom.orgPublic and Private School5th - 8th gradesHands-on Scientific Field InvestigationsHasnds-on Immersion based philosophy 5th - 8th gradesNo
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New Hampshire Association of Conservation CommissionsCarol AndrewsExecutive Director54 Portsmouth StreetConcordNH03301(603) 224-7867http://www.nhacc.org/Carol@nhacc.orgNo
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New Hampshire Association of Conservation DistrictsPeter WhitcombSoil Scientist ConcordNH03301(603) 358-6484http://nhenvirothon.org/peter.whitcomb@nh.usda.gov, nhenvirothon@gmail.comNo
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New Hampshire Association of Conservation Districts - Soil Judging ContestLisa MorinSoil Judging Coordinator(603) 527-5880http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/nh/technical/?cid=stelprdb1118828lisa.morin@usda.govNo
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New Hampshire AudubonKevin WallDirector of Education84 Silk Farm RoadConcordNH03301(603) 224-9909 ext342http://www.nhaudubon.org/kwall@nhaudubon.orgAllConservationCenters in Concord, Manchester, Auburn and Hebron, summer camps, classroom programs, exhibitsBirds, ecosystems, habitatYes
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New Hampshire Children in Nature CoalitionMarilyn WyzgaNHCINC Coordinatorc/o 72 Meeting Hill RoadHillsboroughNH03244http://www.nhchildreninnature.org/marilyn.wyzga@gmail.com No
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New Hampshire Department of Environmental ServicesLara HooperProject WET and Water Education Coordinator29 Hazen DriveConcordNH03302(603) 271-4071http://des.nh.gov/lara.hooper@des.nh.govNon-formal educators, teachersWaterProfessional development, Drinking Water Festival, Contest/AwardNo
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New Hampshire Farm Bureau Ag in the ClassroomDebbi CoxState Coordinator295 Sheep Davis RoadConcordNH03301(603) 224-1934http://nhagintheclass.org/nhaitc@nhfarmbureau.orgNo
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New Hampshire Farm Museum1305 White Mountain Highway Route 125MiltonNH03301(603) 652-7840http://farmmuseum.org/info@farmmuseum.orgNo
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New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, Watershed Education ProgramJudy TumosaWatershed Education Specialist11 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301(603) 271-0456http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/education/watershed.htmljudy.l.tumosa@wildlife.nh.govTeachersMiddle school, high schoolWater, watershedField investigations, professional development, online resourcesMath, science, technologyNo
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New Hampshire Fish and Game Department; wildlife education, NH Project WILD and Project WILD AquaticMary GoodyearWildlife Educator11 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301(603) 271-6649http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Mary.Goodyear@wildlife.nh.govNo
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New Hampshire Fish and Game Department; Let's go FishingKyle GlencrossLGF Coordinator11 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301(603) 271-0457http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Kyle.Glencross@wildlife.nh.govNo
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New Hampshire Lakes AssociationAndrea LaMoreauxVice President14 Horseshoe Pond LaneConcordNH03301(603) 226-0299https://nhlakes.org/alamoreaux@nhlakes.orgNo
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NH Project Learning Tree (NHPLT)Judy SilverbergCoordinator54 Portsmouth StreetConcordNH03301(603)226-0160http://www.nhplt.orginfo@nhplt.orgTeachers, early childhood and nonformal educatorsadultsGeneral environment, forestsProfessional development, field investigation, online resourcesscience, math, environmental science, language arts, social studiesNo
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New Hampshire Wildlife FederationJames MorsePresident54 Portsmouth StreetConcordNH03301(603) 224-5953http://www.nhwf.org/*message sent*- waiting for e-mail addressNo
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New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE)Stan FreedaEducation Consultant, state educational technology director and online learning specialist101 Pleasant Street ConcordNH03301-3494(603) 271-5132http://education.nh.gov/; http://www.nheon.org; http://www.opennh.orgStanley.Freeda@doe.nh.govteachers; administrators; paraprofessionalsadultsonline professional development courses and tutorials, www.opennh.orgall areasNo
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New Hampshire Environmental Educators (NHEE)Aubrey NelsonPresident20 Beech Hill RdHopkinton
NH03301nonehttp://www.nhee.organelson@thebeechhillschool.orgstate-wide environmental communityallmembership, workshops, professional development, conference
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New Hampshire Science Teachers Association (NHSTA)Michelle MitnitskyPresidentnone for organization---NH---nonehttp://nhsta.netchefmsm@hotmail.comteachersadultsScienceNo
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Northern Forest Centerhttps://northernforest.org/No
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Odiorne State Park Seacoast Science CenterHenry BurkeYouth & Family Program Coordinator570 Ocean BoulevardRyeNH03818(603) 436-8043http://www.seacoastsciencecenter.org/henrybssc@gmail.comschool groups, families, publicall agesoceanscience center, programs, workshopsocean/marineYes
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Outside/In Radio Podcast; NHPRSam Evans-Brown2 Pillsbury StConcordNH03301http://www.outsideinradio.com/outsidein@nhpr.orgNo
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New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Owl Brook Hunter Education Center
Tom FlynnPrograms and Facilities Manager387 Perch Pond RoadHoldernessNH03245(603) 536-1290http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/about/visit.html#owlbrookhunter-ed@wildlife.nh.govAdults and Youth interested in skills associated with hunting, trapping and shooting sports.generally ages 12 and up, teacher training for archerySafe, ethical outdoor recreation and wildlife conservationHands on interactive programs at the center and some outreachPENo
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Peabody Mill Environmental Center66 Brook Rd.AmherstNH03301(603) 673-1141 https://www.amherstrec.org/info/facilities/details.aspx?FacilityID=10499aciarcia@amherstnh.govfamilies, publicall agesenviornment, conservation, sciencescience center, programs, workshopsNo
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Prescott Farm Environmental Education CenterSarah Dunham-MiliotisEducation Director928 White Oaks RoadLaconiaNH03246(603) 366-5695http://prescottfarm.org/info@prescottfarm.orgschools, families, publicall agesNo
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Seabrook Science and Nature Center (Next Era Energy Resources) 626 Lafayette RoadSeabrookNH03874(603) 773-7219http://www.nexteraenergyresources.com/what/nuclear_seabrook_center.shtmlmedia.relations@nexteraenergyresources.comschools, civic groups, publicall agesnuclear energy, marine environmentdisplays, school programs, nature trailmiddle and high school studentsNo
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SEE Science CenterAdele MaurierDesign Coordinator200 Bedford StManchesterNH03101(603)-669-0400https://www.see-sciencecenter.org/info@see-sciencecenter.orgEnvironment in science and societyInteractive Museum and DisplaysNo
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Soak up the Rain NHBarbara McMillanDES, 29 Hazen DriveConcordNH03301603-419-0322http://soaknh.org/Barbara.McMillan@des.nh.govPublic, school groupsall agesStormwater management, designing and building raingardensHelp/ resources for rain gardens or stormwater managementNo
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Society for the Protection of NH ForestsDave AndersonDirector of Education and Volunteer Services54 Portsmouth StreetConcordNH03301(603) 224-9945https://www.forestsociety.org/danderson@forestsociety.orgcivic groups, public, land owners, school groups, familiesadults, families, school groupsadvocacy, stewardship, conservationprograms, workshopsNo
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SOLO Stonehearth Open Learning OpportunitiesLoretta SchulteRegistar (for general info--Lee Frizzell is Executive Director)621 Tasker Hill RoadConwayNH03818(603) 447-6711http://soloschools.com/the-new-hampshire-campus/info@soloschools.comguides, camp counselors, ski patrololder teens and adultswilderness first aidcourses, publicationswilderness first responder/first aidNo
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Squam Lakes Natural Science CenterAudrey EisenhauerEducation Director23 Science Center RoadHoldernessNH03245(603) 968-7194 http://www.nhnature.org/Audrey.Eisenhauer@nhnature.orgschools, families, publicall agesHelping everyone get "Nearer to Nature"exhibit trail featuring live native widlife and interactive exhibits, hands-on outdoor programs for schools and groups, live animal programs for schools and groups, outreach programs featuring live animals, lake cruises and lake ecology programs, and Blue Heron School a nature-based montessori early learning centerEarth Science, ecology, grades preK-high schoolYes
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Stone Environmental School of New EnglandDavid FreeseDirector2151 E. Madison Rd.MadisonNH03849207-583-9960http://stoneenvironmentalschool.org/sesne@megalink.netElementary and middle schoolResidential environmental education for school groupsEcology, Natural history, adventure, leadership, teamworkNo
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Stonewall Farm / Wild Roots Nature SchoolLiza LoweWild Roots Nature School, Director & Lead Teacher242 Chesterfield RoadKeeneNH03431(603) 357-7278, ext. 104http://stonewallfarm.org/*message sent*- waiting for e-mail addressNo
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Student Conservation Association, NH689 River RoadCharlestownNH03603(603) 543.-700https://www.thesca.org/NHcorps*message sent*- waiting for e-mail address https://www.thesca.org/contactNo
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Sullivan County Conservation DistrictDawn DextrazeEnvironmental Education and Outreach Specialist95 County Farm Rd.UnityNH03743(603) 504-1004http://www.sullivancountynh.gov/index.php?n=conservation_districtddextraze@sullivancountynh.govschools, teachers, public, farmersall agessoil and water conservation, place-based ecology educationprograms at schools, in school yards, on county lands, and on public lands; monthly enewsletter, workshopsplace-based ecology educationNo
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The Fells Historic Estate and GardensPat BaldissardEducation Director456 Route 103ANewburyNH03255(603) 763-4789http://www.thefells.org/about-the-fells/pbaldissard@thefells.orgNo
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The Little Nature MuseumSandra W. MartinDirector, President, and Founder 18 Highlawn RoadWarnerNH03278(603-746-6121http://www.littlenaturemuseum.org/info@littlenaturemuseum.orgschools, families, public, youth organizationsall ages, especially children hands-on environmental education correlated with the state science frameworksexhibits; collections; hands-on activities; preschool-grade 3 nature trail activities; environmental lecture series and other programming; outdoor educational workshops; seasonal newsletterappreciation of nature through its collections,exhibits, programming, and activities (indoors and out)No
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The Nature of Things10 Groton Rd.NashuaNH03062http://tnotgroup.com/info@tnotgroup.comNo
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Tin Mountain Conservation CenterLori Jean KinseyEducation Director1245 Bald Hill RoadAlbanyNH03818(603) 447-6991http://www.tinmountain.org/lkinsey@tinmountain.orgNo
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Trout Unlimited State CouncilTom IvesPresident, TU State CouncilNH03840(603) 228-2200http://nhcouncil.tu.org/nh/nh-tu-chapterstei@nhbindery.comNo
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UNH Cooperative Extension, 4-H, camps, other programs???Alicia CarlsonForest Stewardship Outreach Assistant131 Main StreetDurhamNH03824603-862-3883http://extension.unh.edu/alicia.carlson@unh.edufamilies, landowners, 4H clubs, afterschool programs, general public, community organizations and leadersall ageswildlife management, woodland management, environmental education, STEM, stewardshipclubs, workshops, publications, websiteYes
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US Army Corps of EngineersJosh LevesqueNH03849(603) 746-3950http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Contact/Joshua.S.Levesque@usace.army.milNo
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USDA Forest Service, White Mountain National ForestTom WagnerForest Supervisor71 White Mountain DriveCamptonNH03223(603)-536-6100http://www.fs.usda.gov/whitemountaintwagner@fs.fed.uspublicallland managment, recreation, conservationNo
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USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private ForestrySusan CoxConservation Education Coordinator271 Mast RoadDurhamNH03824(603)868-7706http://na.fs.fed.us/smcox@fs.fed.uspublicallland managment, recreation, conservationNo
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USFWS refuges, fish hatcheries70 Commercial St # 300ConcordNH03301(603) 223-2541https://www.fws.gov/VICTORIA.LEONARD@WILDLIFE.NH.GOVNo
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White Mountain Waldorf Schoolhttp://www.whitemountainwaldorf.org/info@whitemountainwaldorf.orgNo
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Julia Steed Mawson, ConsultantJulia Steed Mawson17 South Shore DrivePelhamNH03076(603) 315-4642islandview999@gmail.comNo
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Judy Silverberg, Consultant Environmental Education Strategies LLCJudy Silverberg29 Albin RoadBowNH03304(603) 568-2503judy.silverberg@gmail.comNo
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Blue Ocean SocietyJen Kennedyhttp://www.blueoceansociety.org/jen@blueoceansociety.orgNo
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Arts Alliance of Northern NHFrumie SelchenExecuive DirectorPO Box 892 LittletonNH03561(603) 323-7302www.aannh.orgfrumie@aannh.orgcommunitiesallartsworkshops, performances, artists in residenceartsNo
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The Family Resource CenterPatti StolteExecutive Director123 Main StreetGorhamNH03581(603) 466-5190http://www.family-resource-center.org/pstolte@frc123.orgfamiliesallNo
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Copper Cannon CampPeter Christnacht231 Gale River RdBethlehemNH03574(603) 823-8107http://coppercannoncamp.org/pchristnacht@coppercannon.orgNo
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Antioch University New EnglandLibby McCannEnvironmental Education Director40 Avon St.KeeneNH03431https://www.antioch.edu/new-england/emccann@antioch.eduNo
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Community Garden ConnectionsLibby McCannEnvironmental Education Director40 Avon St.KeeneNH03431800-553-8920https://www.antioch.edu/new-england/resources/centers-institutes/keene-community-garden-connections/emccann@antioch.eduNo
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Cheshire County Conservation DistrictAmanda LittletonDistrict Manager11 Industrial Park DriveWalpoleNH03608(603) 756-2988 ext. 116http://www.cheshireconservation.org/amanda@cheshireconservation.orgcommunities, farmers, forest land ownersallsoil health, water quality, wildlife habitats, farm viabilityworkshops, trainingsNo
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Cheshire County Conservation DistrictLola BobrowskiOutreach Coordinator11 Industrial Park DriveWalpoleNH03608603-756-2988 x115http://www.cheshireconservation.org/lola@cheshireconservation.orgcommunities, farmers, forest land ownersallsoil health, water quality, wildlife habitats, farm viabilityworkshops, trainings
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Petals in the PinesJim and Donna Miller126 Baptist Rd.CanterburyNH03224(603) 783-0220http://www.petalsinthepines.com/donna@petalsinthepines.comNo
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