United for conservation.
A Team Effort
The Harris Center works closely with many different individuals and organizations on conservation efforts with local, regional, and even global impact.
Our SuperSanctuary is home to numerous forests, lakes and ponds, rivers and streams, hiking trails, scenic roads, and diverse wetlands, and many of these sites are open for conservation research. There is still much to learn about the Harris Center’s protected lands — and our lands, in turn, have much to offer to the fields of biology, ecology, geology, and other conservation sciences.
We are proud to partner with Keene State College (KSC) to offer an innovative, eight-week summer conservation internship experience for KSC undergraduates. We also offer a variety of other internship opportunities each year, hiring students and community members to assist with our land, community science, and bird conservation programs. In addition, we regularly collaborate with students and faculty at nearby universities to craft capstone, thesis, and other research projects with applied conservation value.
For more information on conservation research with the Harris Center, please contact Brett Amy Thelen at (603) 525-3394 or by email.