Natural Resources

Natural Resources
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Helping to Manage New Hampshire’s Greatest Assets

Our staff work closely with public and private partners to safeguard the state's land, water, air and living communities. 



Keep an eye out for invasive species, from February 26— March 3, 2024 and beyond.
National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW) is being celebrated February 26— March 3, 2024. Learn More
Six-part webinar series will kick off in March with partners from across the state
A six-part online training series hosted by the NH Butterfly Monitoring Network will provide information on butterflies in New Hampshire, butterfly bi... Learn More
A NH Forest Products Markets Update webinar took place on August 29, 2023. Experts representing a range of New Hampshire Forest products markets spo... Learn More


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BioBlitz events that have been hosted by other organizations in NH! Learn More
A crop tree is a “healthy, vigorous, well-formed tree of desired species on the right site that meets landowner goals and objectives” (Jim Frohn, 2020... Learn More
In wildlife conservation, connections matter. New Hampshire is home to a rich diversity of wildlife including birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, be... Learn More
A Needs Assessment Approach to Understanding Women Forestland Owners and Managers in New Hampshire. Learn More
Get a behind-the-scenes tour of ArcGIS Online to learn how to manage your data, maps, apps, and an entire organizational account. Learn More