Soaking up the Rain in Great Bay

In the Tidewater Farm neighborhood in Greenland, N.H., rain water flows into nearby Great Bay, visible from many of the homes along the winding loop road. That rain water in turn picks up pollutants, a problem that the Stewards and the Soak Up the Rain Great Bay...

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Save the Date(s)!

Planting, kayaking, running, and more!  There are so many events coming up this summer down by the Bay, from volunteering to getting out on the water.  Look below for more information, or make sure you follow us on Facebook to be kept up to date.  And mark your...

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Get to Know a New Trustee!

Board member Deborah Alberts, a resident of Durham, N.H., joined the Great Bay Stewards board this winter.  “Our family has lived on the Oyster River for the past 25 years where we enjoy kayaking, sculling, swimming, and bird watching,” she says. “I value a healthy...

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Winter So Sweet

Heard of the Sweet Trail, but never actually ventured out on it?  A spring-like winter thus far means it's a great time to enjoy it, but it's equally accessible - and pleasurable - in snow.  Rich Collins, our very own web site designer, writes a comprehensive and...

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Sustainable Investing Event

You’re Invited: The ABCs and ESGs of Sustainable Investing. Sustainability is the economic imperative of our time. Investors are not only incorporating sustainability into their daily lives, but also into the way they invest. Join us for a lively discussion of where...

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Meet One of Our Newest Trustees!

The Great Bay Stewards were very excited to have Kenneth Ernstoff, a longtime member of the Stewards, join our Board in November 2015. "As a recent retiree, I have time available to pursue my interests, including those volunteer organizations I would like to learn...

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