Resources

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Pictures and Descriptions of Marked Trees
Download the resource to see example photos and descriptions of marked trees. 
Natural Resources, Forestry Natural Resources
The Tree Work Contract
A contract is the key to preventing misunderstandings and assuring the work is performed to the standards you expect. Most companies have their own…
Forestry, Natural Resources Natural Resources
''Getting the Regeneration You Want'' Workshop Proceedings
These proceedings were prepared as a supplement to the workshops "Getting the Regeneration You Want" held in West Milan on October 27 and…
Forestry, Natural Resources Natural Resources
2001 Workshop Proceedings Forest Measurements for Natural Resource Professionals
A Workshop Series on Forest Measurements for Natural Resource Professionals was held in the fall of 2001. These proceedings were prepared as a…
Forestry, Natural Resources Natural Resources
2021 NH BioBlitz: Guide to Using iNaturalist
These instructions will help you get started using iNaturalist and entering observations as part of the 2021 NH BioBlitz happening on town-owned…
NH BioBlitz, Natural Resources, NH BioBlitz, Citizen Science Projects Natural Resources
5 Ways Communities can Protect Wildlife in a Changing Climate [factsheet]
5 Ways Communities can Protect Wildlife in a Changing Climate # 1 Make connections Protect areas for habitat expansion and connect habitats via…
Wildlife, Natural Resources, Climate Adaptation Natural Resources
5 Ways Conservation Commissions can Protect Coastal Land & Water Resources in a Changing Climate [factsheet]
New Hampshire’s coastal watershed has experienced rapid development in recent decades, resulting in threats to our water resources. When combined…
Land Conservation & Water Resources, Natural Resources, Climate Adaptation Natural Resources
A Garden for Wildlife Press Release
Click to download a sample press release for your talk (MS Word format). You will need to fill in the details. When you are done, work with your…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Garden for Wildlife Resources
Websites UNH Cooperative Extension Forests, Wildlife & Trees website - NHWoods.org NH Fish and Game website - WildNH.com NRCS Backyard…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Garden for Wildlife Sample Promotional Flyer
A sample flyer announcing your presentation (MS Word format). You will need to fill in the details. When you are done, email your flyer to your…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Landowner's Guide to Inventorying and Monitoring Wildlife in New Hampshire
This 80-page guide published in 2004 helps landowners in New Hampshire better know and understand wildlife on their property.  It was produced by the…
Wildlife, Natural Resources, NH Coverts Project Natural Resources
A Landowner’s Guide to New England Cottontail Habitat Management
This 40-page document highlights New England’s only native cottontail rabbit species that is in peril. Over the past few decades, the New England…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
A Partial Listing of Publications on Tree and Shrub Identification
Compiled by Karen P. Bennett, Extension Professor and Specialist, Forest Resources This isn’t a complete listing of publications on tree and shrub…
Forestry, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Accident/Injury Forms from UNH Extension
Should you or someone at your event experience an injury or accident, contact your County Forester as soon as possible for help completing these…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Antrim Community Profile
The Community Profile program provides an opportunity for communities to affirm strengths, identify opportunities for change, envision a vibrant…
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development, Natural Resources
Appalachian Oak-Pine Forests
Appalachian oak-pine forests occur in southern and central New Hampshire below 900 feet of elevation, or on dry, rocky ridges at higher elevations.…
NH Coverts Project, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Arbor Day and Forest Conservation Week
"Arbor" means "trees"...and Arbor Day is a day dedicated to trees. Many think of it as the "tree planting" holiday, but…
Forestry, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Bats in New Hampshire [brochure]
Bats are the only mammals that truly fly. They are generally nocturnal, sleeping during the day and beginning to fly at dusk to forage for insects…
Natural Resources
Beavers and Their Control
Introduction Beavers were numerous in New Hampshire when European settlers first arrived. Their pelts were extremely valuable to trappers who, at…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Bee Nest Box Guidelines
New Hampshire is home to hundreds of species of native bees. Many of NH’s native bees are cavity nesting mason bees and leafcutter bees. These…
Landscape Installation & Maintenance, Agriculture & Gardens, Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Agriculture & Gardens, Natural Resources