What's New?

The Merrimack Conservation Commission welcomes you to the Outdoors!

Enjoy the Properties - Stay Diligent

We are now getting into the Summer season and while it is always fun to get outside, you need to be diligent to protect yourselves from the different insects that want to get to know you well. For information on how to protect yourself from ticks and mosquitoes, you can find useful information from Consumer Reports and the Centers for Disease Control.

Need a map for one of our major properties, we have them and they are all new and updated. The work was done by the GIS department at the Nashua Regional Planning Commission. Hardcopies of the maps are available at the trail kiosks curtesy of Papergraphics. To see them quickly, just click on the next links: HHNP, GW, WCF, Wasserman.

We are looking for pictures. We are expanding the gallery pages on our website and pictures from all of you enjoying our properties will make this fun for everyone who visits our website. Use the information on the bottom of the News page to send us (upload) your pictures. Its fast and easy!

If you ever want to see the business side of the Commission (agendas, minutes, etc.) please visit us on our Town webpage. This is where you will find our sub-committee business information as well.

Please take a moment and email us or use our “Stay in Touch” page to let us know what you think of our web site.

Note: This site was done for us by Wetherbee Creative.

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We are looking for new members of the Merrimack Conservation Commission. The commitment is simple and you don't have to have experience, just a desire to serve your Town and get involved with the Conservation's business. See the Town Volunteer webpage for more details. Thanks! You will feel rewarded. We have available spots on our sub-committees that help us with the oversight and management of the Horse Hill Nature Preserve, Grater Woods, and Wildcat Falls Conservation Area. Email us if you want to make a difference.

Welcome to Merrimack’s “Outdoor” web site!

Merrimack is home to some of the largest remaining uninterrupted tracks of forest and open space land in Southern New Hampshire.

These forests are right in our backyards!

Come and explore Merrimack Outdoors. Click on a yellow push pin to learn more about one of our featured properties

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