Natural Resources Stewards

Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
One of the finest examples of an ancient forest in New Hampshire is along Snyder Brook in Randolph, NH. I call this alluring place the Valley of the G... Learn More
Yellow birch is one of our largest deciduous trees in New Hampshire forests and can grow to be 100 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter at breast height. ... Learn More
As part of their work with Natural Resources Stewards and Master Gardener programs, several volunteers gather every May and take on the task of mainta... Learn More
Proceeds will benefit nature-based Extension volunteer programs
UNH Extension invites nature and art enthusiasts to bid on one-of-a-kind paintings by New Hampshire artist James Trask ’64 in the online Love Your Mot... Learn More
Towering Trees and Old-Growth Forest at Tamworth's Big Pines Natural Area
One of the finest places in New England to see towering Eastern white pine trees is in Tamworth, N.H at the Big Pines Natural Area. One champion whit... Learn More
How to Create a Healthy Pollinator Garden
There's lots of talk these days about pollinator gardens as the awareness about bee and pollinator decline grows. Yet many are taking up the call with... Learn More
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