Creek Farm Series

Educational Programs at the Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm

The entrance to the Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm, newly renovated in 2021.
The entrance to the Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm, newly renovated in 2021. (Photo: Ryan Smith)

Join us at the Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm, where the forests meet the tides, and enjoy experiencing all that this unique property has to offer. Our ongoing Creek Farm Series is made up of local experts, enthusiasts, explorers and enjoyers of this phenomenal place we are lucky enough to live in.

Do-it-Yourself activities:


Upcoming Explore & Learn Events


A volunteer holds a barred owl ambassador.
Thursday, March 28, 2024 - 5:00pm
Learn more about our wild owl neighbors, meet a live owl, and then practice your owl calls outside!



Previous Events

Story Stroll at Creek Farm: "Trout Come From Trees"

Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Come and enjoy our Little Harbor Loop Story Stroll.


Woods, Whales & Waterfest at Creek Farm

Saturday, May 20, 2023 - 10:00am

Welcome the start of summer at Creek Farm's first annual FREE Woods, Whales and Waterfest!


Introduction to Fly Fishing for Stripers at Creek Farm

Thursday, May 25, 2023 - 6:00pm

Learn about how to chase Striped Bass with a fly rod at Creek Farm!

History of Creek Farm with Little Harbor Chapel

Sunday, July 16, 2023 - 12:30pm

Did you know that Creek Farm and Little Harbor Chapel are directly tied by history? The Summer Sunday Service at LHC will be followed by a history presentation.

Learn About The Rocks Restoration Project

Thursday, July 20, 2023 - 6:30pm

Learn how the renovation will allow the Forest Society to expand land conservation, sustainable forestry, public education and interpretive programs in the North Country.


Introduction to the Eastern Coyote with Nigel Manley

Thursday, August 17, 2023 - 6:30pm

Come and learn about the amazing "song dog" eastern coyote with Nigel Manley at Creek Farm.


Support for educational programming at Creek Farm provided, in part, by Bangor Savings Bank and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. Thank you!


The logo of Bangor Savings Bank


The logo of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

About Creek Farm

Creek Farm is a 35 acre forest reservation just a short drive from the center of Portsmouth. Once part of the 18th-century farm of royal Governor Benning Wentworth, this coastal hideaway borders the shoreline of tidal Sagamore Creek. The short trail around the property follows the shoreline past a canoe/kayak launch and a man-made tidal pool. Learn more about the coastal forest habitat at Creek Farm in this blog post: Living on the Edge. We hope you'll join us along with local organizations as we gather and celebrate the natural beauty of this coastal hideaway.