About the FSCC

What once was an informal group of volunteers interested in helping out on trails and conservation projects, in 2020 the 'trail crew' became the Forest Society Conservation Corps. This volunteer group aims to improve recreational trails and access as well as working to protect forest ecosystems, wetlands, water, and wildlife all over the state of New Hampshire. FSCC volunteers work with Forest Society Staff and Land Stewards using teamwork and community action to accomplish the projects that would be impossible to tackle alone.

The FSCC welcomes anyone who wants to give back and care for the lands which take care of us now and for future generations. Forest Society staff & partners provide online and onsite training for our volunteers. Please join us for a day, for a project, or for an entire season of conservation work.

What working with the FSCC is all about

Volunteering for public land
with Ilana Copel on TEDx

Contact our staff

Reservation Stewardship & Engagement Director, Carrie Deegan - cdeegan@forestsociety.org

Land Steward & Volunteer Program Coordinator, Laurel Swope-Brush - lswopebrush@forestsociety.org

Forest Society General Inquiries - info@ForestSociety.org