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. 

 

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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
UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions live.
UNH Extension forestry and wildlife experts and special guests answer audience questions live. Learn More

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When air-drying green lumber a specified period of time or holding green inventory long enough for loss of value to occur, it is recommended to place ... Learn More
NH Lakes Lay Monitoring Program produces lake reports every year to share the valuable data collected by volunteers throughout the state. The lake rep... Learn More
Eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) is one of the most economically valuable and ecologically important forest trees in the northeast. It is also an ab... Learn More
An average cord of wood, depending on the combustion efficiency and wood type, will yield approximately 20 pounds of ashes, the equivalent of one five... Learn More
In New Hampshire, we're lucky to have a lot of town-owned conservation land all across the state. But it can be challenging to find information a... Learn More