Speaking for Wildlife

Thank you to the 76 volunteers who completed the 2023 Coverts Project Survey! The 2023 Annual Report for the Coverts Project is posted online, and rep... Learn More
The NH Coverts Project is accepting applications from new volunteers interested in taking part in the 2023 NH Coverts Project training program. Learn More
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
Nate discusses gardening and landscaping during drought, and shares updates on the podcast.
In this bonus episode of Granite State Gardening, Nate Bernitz discusses gardening and landscaping during drought, and shares updates about the podcas... Learn More
Emma and Nate discuss planning a home fruit tree orchard, from selecting and preparing your orchard site to choosing varieties, planting and care of young trees.
Emma and Nate discuss planning a home fruit tree orchard, from selecting and preparing your orchard site to choosing varieties, planting and care of y... Learn More
Wildlife biologist Matt Tarr joins Emma and Nate for a conversation about supporting birds around the home. Emma also adds bonus segments on hummingbirds, bare root trees and the episode’s featured plant - common hackberry.
Wildlife biologist Matt Tarr joins Emma and Nate for a conversation about supporting birds around the home. Emma also adds bonus segments on hummingbi... Learn More
The NH Coverts Project is accepting applications from new volunteers interested in taking part in the 2022 NH Coverts Project training program. Learn More
Thank you to the 135 volunteers who completed the 2021 Coverts Project Survey! The 2021 Annual Report for the Coverts Project is posted online, and re... Learn More
Thank you to the 129 volunteers who completed the 2020 Coverts Project Survey! Despite the challenges of this year, your cumulative impact is - ... Learn More
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" Series
Part of the "A Walk in the Woods" Series Learn More