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Conservation and education organizations throughout New Hampshire offer a variety of workshops and trainings focused on wildlife habitats, forest mana... Learn More
We love wildlife, but when wild animals are in the wrong place at the wrong time - bears at your bird feeder, skunks under your porch, or deer in the ... Learn More
Citizen Science is a process by which both professional and volunteer scientists collaborate to investigate the world around them. Anyone can become a... 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
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
While most people who feed deer in the winter are well-intentioned, there are a number of negative consequences to their actions. 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
Climate change is throwing a number of curveballs at NH's wildlife. While rising temperatures often get the most attention, we're also seein... 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
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
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
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
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