Tin Mountain Conservation Center
TIN MOUNTAIN CONSERVATION CENTER MISSION:
“To promote an appreciation of the natural environment among children, adults, and families through hands-on programs in the schools, at camps, and in the community and to demonstrate responsible stewardship of natural resources through land protection, research, sustainable forestry, agriculture, and energy.
In 1980, Barbara Rockwell Henry and David Henry founded Tin Mountain Conservation Center while living at the base of Tin Mountain in Jackson, NH. Today, TMCC is a non-profit environmental organization governed by an active Board of Trustees. A professional staff provides hands-on, year-round environmental education programming throughout the greater Mt. Washington Valley and western Maine. In 2006, a permanent home for Tin Mountain Conservation Center was built on Bald Hill in Albany, NH.
Nature Learning Center:
Enjoy year-round nature programs, explore miles of self-guided nature trails, tour the hand-crafted Nature Learning Center that is heated and powered by solar energy, check out the comprehensive natural history/science library equipped with internet, and tour the historical Allard Barn, ca. 1800. Tin Mountain offers Facility and Ground Rentals for Non-Profit & Private Functions such as weddings, anniversary and birthday parties.
There's an electrical vehicle charging station on site so you can plug in while you play outdoors.
JACKSON FIELD STATION:
Tin Mountain manages and maintains the trails at land at the Jackson Field station. This beautiful place offers miles of trails - away from the crowds - for hiking, bird-watching, skiing and snowshoeing.
We teach by example at our 233-acre Rockwell Sanctuary, complete with a 6 acre pond, and 1,200 acres of sustainably managed timberland. We own and / or manage over 1800 acres of land including ecologically diverse landscapes and important wildlife habitats.
Brook trout habitat restoration, avian and forest ecology internships provide independent, continuing research.
Teaching environmental sciences while fostering a curiosity for the natural environment to over 6,000 students in 16 schools through multi-session programs. Scholarships for High School students wishing to pursue a career in Environmental Science. Students ages 5 - 18 participate in experiential environmental education programs designed and taught in conjunction with their on-going science curriculum.
IN THE COMMUNITY:
Residents and visitors alike enjoy over 80 annual nature programs, Eco-Forums, Author presentations and Environmental Trivia nights at Tuckerman Brewery. Listen and learn about everything from Owls to Climate Change and the Ski Industry.
Trails are available at Tin Mountain in Albany as well as the Tin Mountain Field Station in Jackson. Hike or enjoy snowshoeing and x-country skiing on our many miles of trails.
AT SUMMER CAMP:
Providing environmental education integrated with fun and adventure for 225 children, ages 4-16, at 16 sessions of summer camp each year.
Supplementing its talented staff and trustees, Tin Mountain volunteers are crucial to the success of the organization. From trail blazing to helping out at fundraising events, volunteer opportunities abound.
See our website at www.tinmountain.org for updated information on programs and events. Follow us on Facebook