NH Coverts Project Annual Report 2018

Cheshire County Forester Steve Roberge teaches Coverts volunteers about forest ecology.

The New Hampshire Coverts Project is a program that trains volunteers to promote wildlife and habitat conservation and forest stewardship.

This report details Coverts Project programs during the last year (October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018), and summarizes efforts made by Coverts volunteers to bring the message of wildlife stewardship to a wide range of people across New Hampshire. A brief summary of this report - Coverts Project Program Highlights 2018 - is also available.

The New Hampshire Coverts Project continues to be one of the most effective ways to broaden the outreach efforts of UNH Cooperative Extension and its partners.