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.


The Natural Resources Steward program offers a comprehensive training and volunteer supp... Learn More
UNH Cooperative Extension will soon be enrolling for the 2020 Natural Resources Stewards Program that begins on September 4, 2020 at Canterbury Shaker... Learn More
Below are links and resources for our current Natural Resources Stewards as they volunteer in their communities:

Repo... Learn More
Landscaping at the Water’s Edge is a manual for NH landowners and landscapers that covers the concepts and practices of ecological design for water qu... Learn More
This book offers a new way of thinking about shaping home grounds and public spaces in the Northeast.   Lavishly illustrated, Integrated Landscaping  ... Learn More


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
Soil is a precious resource full of living organisms. It is the foundation to our gardens, landscapes and ecosystems, feeding all living organisms and... Learn More