NRWA environmental education workshop on maple sugaring - Photo by Allyssa Kvenvold

Family Workshops: Exploring the Outdoors Together

A nature scrapbook workshop at the Nashua River Watershed AssociationThe NRWA’s family workshops are created to be engaging, informative, and fun. We love to see the whole family get outside and explore the watershed throughout the seasons. Our themed workshops teach basic outdoor skills like animal tracking, backyard birding, and maple sugaring. They also include nature-based activities that are entertaining and easy to do using simple materials found around the home. We’ve had workshops on nature scrapbooking and bluebird nest box building. We also offer family walks like our Night Hike, a chance to learn about nocturnal animals, or our Leave It to Beavers walk to view beaver dams and lodges and to learn about these talented engineers. Our workshops can even included a guided family paddle on the Nashua or the Squannacook Rivers.

To learn about upcoming family workshops check our Upcoming Programs, and be sure to sign-up for our Enews for our monthly enewsletter with advanced notice of programs and events.

For more information about family workshops, please contact Stacey Chilcoat, NRWA River Classroom Director, at (978) 448-0299, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..