Volunteers Working for Wildlife
The New Hampshire Coverts Project trains volunteers to promote wildlife habitat conservation and forest stewardship.
Find out more about the Coverts workshop and how to apply.
Get the latest Coverts news, read stories about current Coverts Volunteers,
or access the online library.
Fun Fact! Why is it called "Coverts"?
A "covert" (pronounced "cover" with a "t") is a thicket that provides shelter for wild animals. Modeled on similar Coverts Projects in other states, the name of the NH program symbolizes the Project's focus on wildlife habitat.
For more information on the NH Coverts Project,
please email Haley Andreozzi, Wildlife Outreach Program Coordinator, or you can mail or phone the Project office:
NH Coverts Project
UNH Cooperative Extension
224 Nesmith Hall
131 Main Street
Durham, NH 03824
The NH Coverts Project is coordinated by UNH Cooperative Extension. NH Fish & Game is the lead sponsor of the program, with additional support from NH Division of Forests & Lands, the US Fish & Wildlife Service State Wildlife Grants Program, and the Quality Deer Management Association.