Alnoba is a unique place to reflect,
connect and create change

 

Alnoba is a model for sustainability
and inspiration. It is the first Passive House of its kind in the Northeast

 

Alnoba's Pinnacle Leadership Center
has 30 years experience in
leadership and team development

 

Alnoba is where nature and art
awaken our best selves

Watershed Boulder by Andy Goldsworthy

 

Alnoba's Farm at Eastman's Corner supports 100 local farmers and artisans.
Blackhawk by John Lopez

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Alnoba

A unique place where natural beauty, conscious leadership, inspired conservation, bold artwork and a commitment to health and well-being come together to transform individuals, organizations, our world.

Reflect. Connect. Grow. Celebrate.

Our name Alnoba (pronounced all-noum-bah) comes from the Abenaki people, a Native American tribe that settled in New Hampshire in the early 1500s. 

Alnoba refers to the lifelong journey of human transformation and how we are rooted in the consciousness of our birthplace and continually transforming from the point of birth.

Come Gather at Alnoba
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Leadership and Team Development

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Meetings and Retreats

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Weddings and Special Events

We are Committed to Sustainability.

Alnoba is the first Passive House of its kind in the Northeast.

Alnoba consists of 400 protected acres of New Hampshire wilderness.

Alnoba’s Pinnacle Leadership Center donates its proceeds to support nonprofit and youth programs.

The exclusive caterer is a community-governed farm market that supports local farmers and the town’s organically managed park.

The Lewis Family Foundation has funded over 300 projects in 40 countries and donated $164 million to develop strong leaders and communities.

We have five strategic partnerships to help us implement our sustainability and conservation agendas.

 

Learn More

Discover Alnoba
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Pinnacle Leadership Center

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Lewis Family Conservation Foundation

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The Farm at Eastman’s Corner

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Integrating Art and Nature

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees.
The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of autumn.”
—John Muir