Natural Resources Stewards

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Learn, Explore & Share the Nature of New Hampshire


Natural Resources Stewards are people of all ages and walks of life who love New Hampshire’s outdoors: our trees and parks, forests and fields, the rocky soil, plants, and pollinators within our farms and gardens, the lakes, rivers, streams, and bogs that connect our landscape, the diversity of wildlife from salamanders to songbirds, and osprey to otters that share these special places.

Stewards are a community of volunteers who make a difference caring for the nature of New Hampshire. Learn more about the Natural Resources Stewards Program.


Resources

Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
Starting right now, this fall, we can each do our part and make a difference one yard at a time. Doing so is much easier than a traditional fall clean... Learn More
LEARN, EXPLORE & SHARE THE NATURE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Natural Resources Steward program offers a comprehensive training and volunteer supp... Learn More
The 2022 session of Natural Resources Stewards is currently full. We encourage you to fill out an application if you are interested in attending in 20... Learn More
Below are links and resources for our current Natural Resources Stewards as they volunteer in their communities:



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Articles

Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
One of the finest examples of an ancient forest in New Hampshire is along Snyder Brook in Randolph, NH. I call this alluring place the Valley of the G... Learn More
Yellow birch is one of our largest deciduous trees in New Hampshire forests and can grow to be 100 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter at breast height. ... Learn More

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