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Clean Energy Action in the Monadnock Region

Zoom , United States

Calling all New Hampshire-based climate advocates and energy enthusiasts! Learn about clean energy and sustainability programs taking place in the Monadnock Region and how you can get involved in climate work at the local and state levels.

Leave the Leaves

Zoom , United States

Learn the benefits of keeping your fall leaves and discover easy ways to turn leaves into compost or mulch with regenerative landscape designer Michele Chalice.

Surveying for Salamanders

Harris Center for Conservation Education 83 Kings Hwy, Hancock, NH, United States

Join ecologists Brett Amy Thelen and Karen Seaver for an afternoon of salamander monitoring at the Harris Center’s long-term study plots — part of SPARCnet, a national research effort aimed at understanding the effects of climate change on red-backed salamanders.

Monadnock Region Natural History Conference

Keene State College 229 Main Street, Keene, NH, United States

This full-day conference will feature presentations on a diversity of natural history topics, from wildlife to Mount Monadnock to accessibility in the outdoors.

Winter Loon Rescues

Zoom , United States

What happens when loons are stranded as ice forms on a New Hampshire lake? Join Loon Preservation Committee biologist John Cooley as he shares some of his adventures from recent ice rescues.

How Food Choices Affect the Planet & Your Health with Frances Moore Lappe

Zoom , United States

Join Frances Moore Lappé, renowned author of "Diet for a Small Planet," for a conversation about the power of your food choices. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new edition, Lappé’s groundbreaking book outlines how moving toward a plant-based diet can help the environment and your health.

Climate and Health

Zoom , United States

Join us for a talk put together by New Hampshire Healthcare Workers for Climate Action, a grassroots, non-partisan coalition of healthcare workers. Conservation biologist and nurse Cynthia Nichols will discuss the climate-health nexus, along with climate solutions and what we can do to protect ourselves.