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Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest Art-Sci Tour
October 18 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFREE
Staff from the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation will offer a tour on October 18, which will touch upon their art-sci program, long-term data collection, acid rain, watersheds, and forest ecosystem science. The visit is typically 2–3 hours and involves a 1.3 mile walking tour through part of the 7,800 acre experimental forest. Tour stops include atmospheric monitoring sites, experimental watersheds and weirs, the Archive building, and Rita Leduc’s art installation.
Visitors must dress appropriately for walking in the woods the day of the visit. Sturdy walking/hiking shoes are highly recommended, and rain gear and warm hats may be needed if the weather is variable. There are no food services available at the Experimental Forest. We request that trash and food are picked up by visitors before they depart, abiding by all “Leave No Trace” principles. Bathroom facilities and water fountains are available on site at the Headquarters building. Vehicles taking visitors into the Experimental Forest will drive on a single lane well maintained dirt road for approximately 1.5 miles to the trailhead where the tours begin. Groups will meet at the Headquarters building before heading up into the forest. The headquarters building can be found at 234 Mirror Lake Road. North Woodstock, NH 03262.
To learn more about Hubbard Brook before your tour, visit us at HubbardBrook.org or watch some of the videos provided below.
Hubbard Brook Videos WMUR Highlight: Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. This video provides a general overview of Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest and the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study.
Northern Woodlands Magazine: The Birds of Hubbard Brook. This video highlights the long term bird research that has been ongoing at Hubbard Brook since 1969.
Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Hubbard Brook Field Ornithology Program. This video provides an in depth look into the Hubbard Brook Field Ornithology Program.
Creating our own Ice Storm. Cutting-edge experimental science at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest allowed us to create our own Ice Storm, in order to scientifically monitor more precisely how a forest ecosystem responds to and recovers from ice storms.
Vice News: Climate Change Across Season Experiment at Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest. Simulating effects of global warming on forest ecosystems, imaging the forest of the future today through soil warming and snow manipulation experiments.