Natural Resources Stewards

It has actually been 30 years of Stewards caring for the trees and natural resources of New Hampshire, giving thousands of hours of time to help take ... Learn More
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the publication of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring, one of the most influential assessments yet written of our i... Learn More
Have your specific mulching questions answered by Urban and Community Natural Resources Field Specialist Mary Tebo Davis. Learn More
An ancient forest lies in the heart of Crawford Notch State Park. Visible from Route 302, this type of forest is rare in the state of New Hampshire. I... Learn More
Soil is a precious resource full of living organisms. It is the foundation to our gardens, landscapes and ecosystems, feeding all living organisms and... Learn More
My first discovery of a really big tree was in northern Vermont while walking along a mountain lane. I was astonished to see a huge tree trunk to... Learn More
This is part 2 of a two-part series. Learn the unique characteristics of old-growth forests in Part 1, Finding Old-Growth Forests in New Hampshire. ... Learn More
For over 20 years Natural Resources Stewards have been helping Manchester residents and organizations create, design, organize, manage, and maintain c... Learn More
What is an old-growth forest, and what are its characteristics in New Hampshire? There is a great deal of confusion as to what is an old-growth forest... Learn More
One of the many sad events of 2020 was the death of one of NH’s most renowned Big Trees, the ancient white ash at Pickity Place restaurant in Mason. T... Learn More