NEARA members receive the twice-yearly NEARA Journal which presents a wide range of articles, interviews, and reviews. Our newsletter, the NEARA Transit, is mailed around the equinoxes and keeps members updated on news and local chapter events of interest. For more news, sign up to get email announcements: Join Our Email List
Members may borrow books and videos from our library, which is located at 142 Main St, Nashua, New Hampshire. Members can also view parts of our online Archives at SiteDB.org and can borrow books from our online NEARA Library.
Members also receive information about field trips run by our Chapter Coordinators and other members, and about current events that are of interest to NEARA members. Members also have the opportunity to participate in field events run by the Research Committee.
We host two weekend-long conferences and accompanying field trips each year, generally in late April and late October/early November. These include field trips on Friday afternoon and Sunday mornings, presentations Friday evening and all day Saturday into the evening, and a longer keynote presentation after dinner. Members get discounts when attending conferences.
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NEARA members reside in more than half the states and in a half dozen foreign countries. Many of these regions feature their own styles of indigenous stone features.
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