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The center with its award-winning green building design and innovative woodchip gasifier heating plant, has a demonstration of passive solar and wood heating methods, including an envelope room, fiberglass water tubes and a wood-chip gasifier furnace. Located on a bluff overlooking the Merrimack River, in East Concord, they own nearly 100 acres with walking trails along the river, including a two-mile interpretive hiking trail that explores native flora. A cross-country skiing trail is available.

The Center is open Monday through Friday 9am-4:30pm; and closed holidays.

Location: 54 Portsmouth St, Concord New Hampshire 03301 Telephone 603-224-9945

Other Science nearby:
(Concord) Christa McAuliffe Planetarium
(Concord) Conservation Center
(Portsmouth) Seacoast Science Center
(Concord) The Christa McAuliffe Planetarium

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