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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
Amherst has few grasslands, and they are mostly small and scattered. There are no 25-acre abandoned airport fields here, but grassland habitats in Amh... Learn More
In 2014, brothers Gordon Peckham and James Sowders III purchased a 70-acre woodlot in Lempster. They knew their main goal for their new property was w... Learn More
In today’s high tech world, children are too often disconnected from nature and have little experience with their natural environment.  Schools do not... Learn More
Town-owned conservation lands are for people—places to come together and build community, learn about the stewardship of the natural world, and recrea... Learn More
This fall I’ve been slowing down a lot to allow squirrels and deer to cross the road. On rainy nights next spring I’ll stop to help frogs and salamand... Learn More
Many resources are available - maps, data and information - that can be used to write the wildlife section of your natural resources inventory, the na... Learn More
Last summer I was, ­as usual, working in my office on my computer when I got an unexpected call. The caller, Peter, was so excited! He had decided to ... Learn More
New Hampshire's wildlife habitats and the species they support could be significantly altered if the effects of climate change are not addressed - and... Learn More
Over the past few months, I have been noticing an abundance of white pine cones in the trees around Carroll county. Rather than producing consistent c... Learn More