BEAVER BROOK ASSOCIATION
The Beaver Brook Association (BBA), founded in 1964 by cousins Hollis P. Nichols and Jeffrey P. Smith from Hollis, NH, began with just 12 acres of land. Today, Beaver Brook Association is a non-profit nature education center and conservation area comprised of 2,187 acres of forest, fields and wetlands in Hollis, Brookline and Milford, NH. A peaceful nature oasis, Beaver Brook Association offers 35 miles of well-maintained, mapped trails for an easy hike. Its diverse landscape offers interesting engagement for both the naturalist and the hiker.
Click here to view a Sneak Peak Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKSjYt_xAYk.
Proud of their fifty-year history of promoting responsible resource management and environmental awareness, BBA has offered a variety of education programs, supporting and cultivating an interest in the natural world. Sustainable forestry practices and wildlife habitat techniques are practiced throughout the property, protecting a wide array of native species. Some designated natural areas are left unmanaged in perpetuity.
Open from dawn until dusk, the public is encouraged to explore its forests and rediscover the natural world.
Source: Beaver Brook Association