Invasive Plants in the Granite State: Training Guide

A tool for community education on invasive plants in New Hampshire.

  • A presentation designed for the general public that provides information on New Hampshire's invasive plant species
  • Help others learn why invasive plants are a problem
  • Includes best practices for helping to control invasive plants
  • Helpful resources and handouts at your finger tips

Invasive Plants in the Granite State: A Guide for Communities and Volunteers is part of the Stewardship Training Guide series published by UNH Cooperative Extension and its Nature Groupie program. The Stewardship Training Guides series offers instructional materials for training volunteers in stewardship and educational activities. Use these guides to organize your own volunteer training workshop or to learn about best practices. Materials include instructor's guides, slide presentations, videos, activities, sample agendas, and more. Developed in collaboration with conservation groups in New Hampshire, we hope these guides allow more organizations to train more volunteers in stewardship and educational topics, increasing our collective capacity to care for and study our lands and waters.


Extension State Specialist, Community Volunteers
Phone: (603) 862-2166
Office: Cooperative Extension, Nesmith Hall, Durham, NH 03824