Conservation Groups

Supporting nature and recreation the New Hampshire way
Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and horseback riding are just some of the ways we get outside to enjoy nature and relax. However, even these s... Learn More
Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and horseback riding are just some of the ways we get outside to enjoy nature and relax. However, even these s... Learn More
So often we feel that one person can’t make a difference, but Pollinator Pathways, a new initiative started by the Kingston Conservation Commission, i... 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
This past fall, a brontosaurus made its way through the forests of Epping and Kingston, New Hampshire. But don’t be alarmed! While this beast ate whol... Learn More
Taking Action for Wildlife staff Amanda Stone and Emma Carcagno had the opportunity to assist a NH land trust to engage with local communities over th... Learn More
New Hampshire's Wildlife Action Plan identifies 27 unique habitat types across the state. Many of these are easily recognized and definable, like gras... Learn More
Vernal pools are home to many wildlife species, including those that breed exclusively in this habitat type – fairy shrimp, wood frogs, and spotted sa... Learn More
Sand and gravel pits are numerous and widespread throughout New Hampshire, making up about 0.35% of New Hampshire’s landscape. Often overlooked and le... Learn More
As a child, I followed my Mom and Dad into the woods on all sorts of different adventures.  I often participated in hobbies that my Dad enjoyed as a w... Learn More