|Resource||I am a||I want to|
|Attend Workshops on Good Stewardship
Conservation and education organizations throughout New Hampshire offer a variety of workshops and trainings focused on wildlife habitats, forest mana...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Interested Individual, Landowner, Natural Resources Professional||Learn more|
|Avoid Negative Human-Wildlife Interactions
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 ...
|Community Board or Committee, Interested Individual, Landowner||Learn more, Support wildlife|
|Become a Citizen Scientist
Citizen Science is a process by which both professional and volunteer scientists collaborate to investigate the world around them. Anyone can become a...
|Interested Individual, Landowner||Learn more, Volunteer|
|Become a NH Coverts Project Volunteer
NH Coverts volunteers are landowners, local decision-makers, teachers, business people, writers, retirees — anyone who wants to help wildlife in New H...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Educate others, Learn more, Manage habitat, Support wildlife, Volunteer|
|Building Trails? Consider Wildlife
Thoughtful trail location allows us to get outside to enjoy nature and also minimize disturbance to wildlife.
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Manage habitat, Plan for wildlife|
|Control Invasive Plants
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...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Learn more, Manage habitat|
|Create and Manage Young Forest Habitat
Shrubland habitats are used by over 100 species of wildlife in NH and are critically important to many.
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Manage habitat|
|Don't Feed Deer
While most people who feed deer in the winter are well-intentioned, there are a number of negative consequences to their actions.
|Interested Individual, Landowner||Support wildlife|
|Explore Land Conservation Options
Using your wildlife conservation plan and natural resources inventory as a guide, you can start working on conservation projects to protect important ...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Learn more, Plan for wildlife, Protect land|
Read about how other individuals, communities, and conservation groups have used conservation planning, natural resource inventories, habitat manageme...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Landowner||Educate others, Learn more, Support wildlife|