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Save the Birds!

November 5, 2019

In 2019 it was reported that the number of birds in the United States and Canada has fallen a staggering 29 percent since 1970. Habitat loss is considered one of the primary reasons for this decline. You can join with many others to make a difference by supporting DNRT’s work to preserve & restore wetland, open field & woodland habitat…

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2020 Calendar Contest Winners Announced!

September 18, 2019

We are proud to announce the winners selected for the 2020 DNRT Calendar. We received dozens of beautiful photos and it was very difficult to narrow it down to just 13. Thanks to all who entered. Now is the time to start shooting for next year!                  …

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New Dog Rule at DNRT Reserves

August 1, 2019

As of August 15, 2019, a new dog rule has been added to the list of rules at DNRT’s dog friendly reserves: no more than 3 dogs per adult trail user. DNRT aims to make our reserves a friendly, safe environment for all our trail users. This rule will help with the biggest problem we…

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How to Carry Dog Poop Gracefully

May 16, 2019

BY LEAH HOWARD, DNRT LAND STEWARD Who hates picking up dog poop? I know I do. It’s smelly and gross. Carrying it around on your walk is a pain. Although it is troublesome, I still pick it up because dog poop contains harmful bacteria and nutrients. The bacteria in dog poop can make both you…

Russell Family Honored at DNRT’s 48th Annual Meeting

May 16, 2019

The non-profit Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT) honored Angelica Lloyd Russell’s family with the “Bill Pinney Conservation Leadership Award” at its 48th Annual Meeting on May 15 at Friends Academy in Dartmouth. The Pinney award, named in memory of one of the founders of DNRT, was established in 2017 to honor those who have made…

Land Trust Accreditation

DNRT Seeking Renewal of Accreditation

May 1, 2019

We are pleased to announce we are applying for renewal of accreditation through the national Land Trust Accreditation Program. This program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. The accreditation process includes an extensive review of each applicant’s policies and programs by the Land…

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Wintertime Walking

February 6, 2019

BY KENDRA MURRAY During the winter months, it becomes very easy to stay indoors. Sure, it looks sunny and warm outside, but as soon as the front door is opened, the chill hits your face and you retreat back into your home. The coat gets thrown back on the rack, you turn on the coffeepot,…

Holiday Party 2018

2018 Members Only Holiday Party

December 7, 2018

VIEW EVENT PHOTOS HERE! Our 2nd Annual Members Only was a smashing success! Many thanks to all of our wonderful members and volunteers who brought dishes, helped us clean, decorate, and brought great company. Raffle winners are listed below: 2 Celtics Tickets (Club Section) 12/19/18 Games vs Phoenix Suns + Passes to Legends. Donated by…

Group Walks Empower Women to Explore Nature

November 15, 2018

by Chloe Shelford, Dartmouth Week On November 11, women (and two dogs) gathered at the Frank Knowles/Little River Reserve, off Potomska Rd., for a 3.4 mile hike defined by companionship and togetherness. Many women feel nervous about hiking alone. The Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust wanted to help women overcome their fear and feel safe in…