UNH Cooperative Extension offers assistance to landowners interested in conserving their land. There are several options for land conservation in New Hampshire. Here are a few resources to start you off in the right direction:
- Find Your Local Land Trust - Often your local land trust is the first place to call to learn more about your land conservation options.
- NRCS Easement Programs - The USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service offers several easement programs, one of which may be the right fit for you.
- Landowner Stories - Read stories about other landowners who have conserved and/or managed their land for wildlife and other natural resources.
Additional Resources for Landowners interested in managing their land for wildlife and forestry:
- Taking Action for Wildlife - a partnership of NH Fish and Game and UNH Cooperative Extension
- Forests & Trees - UNH Cooperative Extension's Forestry Program
- Good Forestry in the Granite State - Guide to voluntary best management practices for forestry in NH
- Financial Assistance for Landowners
- NRCS Funding Opportunities for NH Landowners
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Natural Resources & Land Conservation State Specialist
Natural Resources and Land Conservation Field SpecialistPhone: 603-679-9444