The Taking Action for Wildlife Community Conservation Cohort program, started in 2020, has seen 15 communities and 57 participants taking part in the ... Learn More
Don’t miss the New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions (NHACC) 52nd Annual Meeting and Conference on Saturday, November 5, 2022, featuri... Learn More
Having developed and hosted a successful and engaging public program “Finding a Shared Vision for Eaton Town Lands”, Eaton has moved onto the next ste... Learn More
Forests play an important role in the fight against climate change due to their ability to remove carbon dioxide (C02) from the atmosphere and store c... Learn More
What Attributes of Road Crossings are Most Effective in Aiding Successful Amphibian Species Migration?
One size does not fit all when it comes to suitable road crossing designs for vernal pool primary indicator amphibian species migration. Learn More
A New Tool for Conservation
In wildlife conservation, connections matter. As our landscape changes, maintaining and restoring connected habitats is critical for wildlife. The NH... Learn More
NH Butterfly Monitoring Network
Butterflies are present all over our state in every inch of available habitat including wetlands, woods, fields and backyards. The NH Butterfly Monito... Learn More
After completing fall 2021 training, the 23 participants in the second annual Community Conservation Cohort rolled up their sleeves and got to work on... Learn More
Scat is a sign left behind by every species of wildlife, and different wildlife species have scat with unique characteristics. Learning how to identif... Learn More
New Hampshire's forest lands face uncertain futures unless owners have considered and planned for how their lands will transition to the next generati... Learn More