Category: Plan for wildlife
|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|
|Consider Placing a Conservation Easement on Town-Owned Land
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, ...
|Conservation Organization||Plan for wildlife, Protect land|
|Develop a Plan to Manage Invasive Plants
Invasive plants can cause significant ecological and economic harm and are changing the face of our landscape. They may impact wildlife by choking out...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization||Manage habitat, Plan for wildlife|
|Educate Local Landowners About Land Conservation
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...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization||Educate others, Plan for wildlife, Protect land|
|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|
|Identify and Protect Wildlife Corridors
Wildlife travel corridors are critical for the conservation of wildlife in New Hampshire. The loss of wildlife corridors may result in direct mortalit...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Interested Individual, Natural Resources Professional||Educate others, Learn more, Manage habitat, Plan for wildlife, Protect land|
|Identify Land Conservation Priorities
Towns have limited resources to conserve land. A conservation plan or land conservation selection criteria can help your conservation commission prior...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization||Plan for wildlife, Protect land|
|Include Wildlife in Your Natural Resources Inventory
By identifying and describing natural resources in a local setting, a Natural Resources Inventory (NRI) provides communities with a strong foundation ...
|Community Board or Committee, Conservation Organization, Natural Resources Professional||Learn more, Plan for wildlife|
|Incorporate Climate Change into Local Plans and Regulations
Community boards and committees can review municipal regulations, plans, and other documents to identify opportunities to incorporate climate impacts ...
|Community Board or Committee||Plan for wildlife, Support wildlife|
|Incorporate Climate Impacts on Wildlife into Conservation Planning
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...
|Conservation Organization||Plan for wildlife|