In its 19th program year, NH corps welcomed 30 members to Bear Brook State Park in January. After a couple of weeks of training, corps members began working in Allenstown and Manchester schools providing environmental education and service learning programming. During the education season, corps members will serve over 1,000 students in the surrounding communities.
In late April, corps members will transition from education season into conservation season, where members will begin conservation and interpretive work throughout the state. During this portion of the program, corps members help to preserve public lands throughout the state and connect with over 20,000 visitors in state parks.
NH corps members also provide year-long opportunities for high school students through the SCA Manchester Conservation Leadership Corps (CLC) program. Corps members serve as leaders for high school crews by planning and implementing community service projects throughout the Manchester and surrounding communities.
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NH Corps Contact Information
159A Deerfield Rd
Allenstown, NH 03301
Corps member, Ryan Pennesi, has set up his wildlife camera around the Kenneth Dubuque State Forest to see what resides in our woods. At the far end of the pond, he baited the camera with a dead beaver. Take a look at the pictures he got. Can you identify the 2 different mustelids?The salamander pictures were from the migration this spring and were taken by hand.