2019: What a Year its Been!

Thank you.

As 2019 winds down, we are taking a moment to look back at yet another busy, fun and impactful year of Nature Groupie. You are part of a community of over 4,000 people who care for the outdoors in New England. This year, you collectively gave over 3,000 hours helping plant trees, build trails, restore wildlife habitats and do science. Wow - Thank you!

Here are a few of our favorite moments from the past year:

Volunteers work on the Crawford Path
Volunteers helping build rock steps along the Crawford Path with the White Mountain Trail Collective


Volunteers learning how to ID mushrooms
Volunteers at the Stratford BioBlitz learn how to identify mushrooms with Rick Van de Poll


Volunteers hunt for invasive green crabs in Hampton
Volunteers hunt for invasive Green Crabs in Hampton.
Nature Groupie Interns find a turtle
Nature Groupie interns find a turtle during turtle telemetry work with NH Fish and Game.


Volunteers pull invasive plants during the NH Invasives Academy
Invasive Plant pulls rock!
Thank You!

 -The Nature Groupie Team

Wells, Malin, Charlotte, Emma, Haley and Alyson

Nature Groupie Team