- You can submit information that adds to our web page on Mt Monadnock’s ecological and cultural resources.
- Volunteer to work with students collecting data on the mountain.
- Make a monetary contribution to support graduate students and high school students who are interested in mountain ecology and a desire to share that knowledge with the public. To make a contribution, please contact the Antioch University New England Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
Research and Education
- Educational Initiatives
- Collecting Baseline Data
- Adopt a Crevice Community
- Summit Stewardship Program
- MERE Staff
- Creative Explorations
Environmental Studies Info
- NE Climate Preparedness Conference
- Environmental Excellence Award
- Food Justice & Sustainable Agriculture
- Community Garden Connections
- C&S Workplace Organic Gardens Fellowship
- Progressive Caucus Fellowship
- Collaborative Service Initiative RFP
- Center For Tropical Ecology
- Monadnock Ecological Research and Education (MERE) Project
- Wild Treasures