Tin Mountain’s Albany Campus is comprised of four properties: The Rockwell Sanctuary, the Dr. Michael Cline Memorial Forest, the Lori Jean Kinsey Arboretum & Sanctuary, and the Margaret Marshall Mountain Laurel Warbler Garden. Together these four connected parcels total 301 acres of conserved land.
The Rockwell Sanctuary is 124 acres of critical rare plant conservation land on Bald Hill in Albany, NH. The land, purchased in 2002, was named in honor of Barbara Rockwell Henry, who founded the organization in 1980 and whose family continues to be involved with Tin Mountain.
The Rockwell Sanctuary is also home to Tin Mountain’s Nature Learning Center (NLC), which serves as a gathering place for the community and a space for programs that foster natural science education and a higher level of community awareness and cooperation. The Sanctuary also boasts a fully preserved ca. 1800 barn, an extensive trail system, a four-acre pond, numerous unique plant species, and a small granite quarry active from 1885-1890.