Conservation Planning

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
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
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
In September, we welcomed 5 new communities to the 2nd annual Community Conservation Cohort, hosted by Taking Action for Wildlife. Learn More
Over the years, the Taking Action for Wildlife (TAFW) Team has noticed in workshops and conferences that community participants learned as much from e... Learn More
Every couple of weeks, Kristen Murphy heads out to collect the electronic cards from three trail cameras in Exeter. As soon as she is back in her offi... Learn More
June 2020 marks the 4th update of the NH Wildlife Action Plan maps! NH Fish and Game and its partners in the conservation community have worked to kee... Learn More
In coastal New Hampshire, many planning board members and municipal staff have been engaged in climate adaptation projects, such as vulnerability asse... Learn More
The Chesterfield Conservation Commission had a vision 30 years ago, to establish a greenway from Mt Wantastiquet in Hinsdale to the Horatio Colony Pre... Learn More
When the request for proposals came from the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership (PREP) in 2015, the Somersworth Conservation Commission knew what... Learn More