logoThe mission of the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is to promote the understanding and stewardship of ecosystems through policy outreach and science education, and to make the work of scientists and students at the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study possible by providing residential and lab facilities.

 

 Science Pub Night: Northeastern Forests and the Earth’s Climate System

sci pub night

 

Have you ever wondered what happens at an experimental forest? Grab a pint and join in a friendly discussion with ecologists and climate scientists who work in the Bartlett Experimental Forest and other local research sites. These informal events are a unique opportunity to learn about some of the current science happening here in the White Mountains — from the comfort of a bar stool! Science Pub Nights are
free and open to all.

Thursdays, March 31 April 14 and April 28, from 6:30-8:30 pm. Sea Dog Brewing, 1976 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway, NH.

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Winter Climate Change in the Northern Forest

Explore outputs from our Winter Climate Change Project.
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Education and Outreach

The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation was founded in part to facilitate the education and outreach efforts of the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study participants.

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Science Links

The Science Links program was developed by the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation to help bridge the gap between science and public policy.

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Facilities

Hubbard Brook is not only a research site, but also a comprehensive field station and education campus that offers housing facilities, a laboratory, and conference and meeting spaces to visiting scientists, teachers, and students.

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