UNH Cooperative Extension's Forestry and Wildlife Program
- Promotes general public awareness of the varied economic benefits and ecological services provided by the state’s commercial forests.
- Raises awareness of the economic and ecological values of our forests and wildlife among residents and community decision-makers, through site visits, publications, workshops and seminars.
- Ensures the long-term sustainability of New Hampshire’s forest and wildlife resources by educating landowners and land managers about sustainable use, land stewardship and wildlife habitat conservation.
- Raises awareness of sound land stewardship and wildlife habitat conservation among New Hampshire citizens by training and supporting a network of natural resource volunteers, such as Tree Stewards and Coverts.
- Improves the ability of landowners to be good stewards of their land by helping them to identify their objectives, understand their options and appreciate the consequences of their actions.
- Maintains the ecological integrity and economic vitality of the natural resources in New Hampshire’s communities by providing research-based information and educational programs on forestry, wildlife, land use planning, estate planning, natural resource inventories and land conservation.
- Forest and Trees, UNH Cooperative Extension
- Geospatial Technologies, UNH Cooperative Extension
- New England Stewardship Network - looking forward to a summer of cool volunteer projects? Glass eel monitoring, counting bats, how about pulling buckthorn in college woods? Check out this calendar!
- Volunteer - Become a Natural Resource Volunteer
- Wildlife, UNH Cooperative Extension
More Forestry Links of Interest
- Project Learning Tree
- New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association
- Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests
- Weeks State Park - 2016 Summer Programs
Brendan Prusik, Field Specialist, Natural Resources, Coös County.
Contact - email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 788-4961
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