Community Board or Committee

By identifying and describing natural resources in a local setting, a Natural Resources Inventory (NRI) provides communities with a strong foundation ... Learn More
Community boards and committees can review municipal regulations, plans, and other documents to identify opportunities to incorporate climate impacts ... Learn More
New Hampshire has always recognized the role of natural resource protection in supporting our economy, through forestry, agriculture and tourism. Natu... Learn More
Communities can incorporate wildlife habitat protection considerations into their municipal documents and regulations. Learn More
If you would like to increase the percentage of the land use change tax that goes into your Conservation Fund, you should be prepared to explain the l... Learn More
Climate change is throwing a number of curveballs at NH's wildlife and habitats, from rising temperatures to more extreme precipitation. Communit... Learn More
Invasive plants pose a serious threat to our native habitats and wildlife. One of the best things you can do to help stop the spread of invasive plant... Learn More
Some habitats require disturbances to maintain their unique characteristics. Sometimes these disturbances occur naturally, but sometimes we can manage... Learn More
Regardless of the size of the property, what towns do on their land can have a profound effect on wildlife habitat. Many habitat improvements require ... Learn More
You can use a program called EDDMapS (Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System) on your computer, smartphone or tablet to map invasive plants a... Learn More
Invasive plants often take over places where soils or existing plants have been disturbed – sites like field edges, abandoned farms, roadsides, or at ... Learn More
Monitoring habitats before, during, and after management is critical for a few reasons. Learn More
One thing everyone can do to support local pollinators is plant pollinator-friendly gardens - diverse groups of native flowers that will provide a ran... Learn More
Protecting water quality and quantity will be increasingly important in the face of a changing climate, not just for the wildlife that live in and dep... Learn More
Many familiar plants in our gardens, fields, and along roadsides are not native to New Hampshire. While the majority cause no harm to natural habitat ... Learn More
Vegetated buffers aren’t just good for wildlife; they’re good for communities, too! From providing critical habitat and protecting water quality to st... Learn More
New Hampshire is home to an abundance of diverse wildlife habitats and natural communities, which can make it difficult to decide where to focus conse... Learn More
Invasive insects and diseases can have devastating impacts on the managed and natural environments into which they are introduced. Learn More
While there has been a regional focus on the lack of and need to create young, early-successional habitat in recent years, there is also recognition a... Learn More
If it's appropriate for your land, managing grassland habitats will greatly benefit the wildlife in your area. Learn More