Conservation Organization

Conservation and education organizations throughout New Hampshire offer a variety of workshops and trainings focused on wildlife habitats, forest mana... Learn More
NH Coverts volunteers are landowners, local decision-makers, teachers, business people, writers, retirees — anyone who wants to help wildlife in New H... Learn More
Thoughtful trail location allows us to get outside to enjoy nature and also minimize disturbance to wildlife. Learn More
Engaging youth in conservation commission activities can create meaningful and lasting connections. Get started by reaching out to your local school o... Learn More
If you have a town or city-owned property with conservation value and the community would like to ensure the property remains a natural area forever, ... Learn More
People who are aware of the problems associated with invasive plants can end up getting discouraged, once they realize that yes, they are all over the... Learn More
Shrubland habitats are used by over 100 species of wildlife in NH and are critically important to many. Learn More
Invasive plants can cause significant ecological and economic harm and are changing the face of our landscape. They may impact wildlife by choking out... Learn More
If you would like to encourage neighbors and friends to think about conserving their land, you can help coordinate a program with your local land trus... Learn More
Many culverts in New Hampshire are undersized and inadequate for fish and other wildlife to pass through. As a community, conservation group, or profe... Learn More
Using your wildlife conservation plan and natural resources inventory as a guide, you can start working on conservation projects to protect important ... Learn More
Read about how other individuals, communities, and conservation groups have used conservation planning, natural resource inventories, habitat manageme... Learn More
Managing habitat for wildlife can require some out-of-pocket expenses for landowners. The good news is that programs exist to off-set costs. Learn More
The Speaking for Wildlife program offers free public talks and walking tours, focused on wildlife and habitats, to libraries, town boards, classrooms,... Learn More
One of the best ways to promote protection of natural areas in your community is to get everyone outside enjoying conserved land. Learn More
Organizing a community invasive plant workday is something anyone can do. In fact, invasive plant control is the kind of large scale problem that is o... Learn More
Wildlife travel corridors are critical for the conservation of wildlife in New Hampshire. The loss of wildlife corridors may result in direct mortalit... Learn More
Towns have limited resources to conserve land. A conservation plan or land conservation selection criteria can help your conservation commission prior... Learn More
By identifying and describing natural resources in a local setting, a Natural Resources Inventory (NRI) provides communities with a strong foundation ... Learn More
Permanent land protection is one of the best ways to support wildlife in a changing climate by providing a network of connected habitats and refugia t... Learn More