A Walk in the Marsh with Chris Peter

A Walk in the Marsh with Chris Peter

Recently, a group of environmental enthusiasts were invited to join Chris Peter, the Research Coordinator at Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (GBNERR) for a walk in the marsh at the Great Bay Discovery Center. For many of us, this was our first time...
Annual Celebration & Chowder Fest!

Annual Celebration & Chowder Fest!

Thank you to everyone who came out in September for our first ever Annual Celebration & Chowderfest!  We loved visiting with familiar friends and also meeting new ones.  Thank you especially to the staff at the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve for...
Annual Achievements 2017 – 2018

Annual Achievements 2017 – 2018

Great Bay Stewards: 2017 – 2018 Annual Accomplishments Raised $10,000 toward new nesting habitats for the Blanding’s turtle, as well as other stewardship projects. Installed live video feed of the osprey nest at the Discovery Center. Improved handicap...
Meet One of Our Newest Trustees!

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...
Winnicut River Walk, Greenland, New Hampshire

Winnicut River Walk, Greenland, New Hampshire

Contributed by Rich Collins The Winnicut River is one of several tributaries that directly feed the waters of the Great Bay. Few know that there is easy public access thanks to the Weeks Trails conservation area in Greenland, NH. I decided to take a stroll along the...