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John Wheeler

Announcing a Partnership with John Wheeler – Team ROSO | RE/MAX Vantage

February 12, 2021

We are so excited to partner with local realtor and DNRT supporter John Wheeler! John will be making a donation to DNRT with each sale he makes. Each new homeowner…

Kicking off DNRT’s 50th year!

January 11, 2021

We are thrilled to be able to celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2021 and kicked off the year with a Happy Birthday Walk on January 9. The walk took place…

Duck Season

Migratory Game Bird Hunting Season Info

January 8, 2021

Hunting along the coast and rivers will happen until February 8th. During the month of January and February coastal waterfowl hunting will be occurring. You might see some folks hunting…

2020 Greeting Card Contest Winners

September 10, 2020

We are pleased to announce this year’s greeting card contest winners! We had dozens of submissions and, as usual, it was difficult to choose! Buy your cards here!  

Puddle Jumpers

Children’s Nature Activities

April 7, 2020

Have you been spending more time with your kids outdoors? Perhaps you’re looking for something new and fun you can do when you head outside. Here are some great activities…

Ocean View Farm

Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust Earns National Recognition

February 25, 2020

Strong Commitment to Public Trust and Conservation Excellence Dartmouth, MA (Feb. 26, 2020) – One thing that unites us as a nation is land: Americans strongly support saving the open…

Leah's dog, Ashe

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…

Little River Reserve

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,…

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…