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Biodiversity of the Granite State

This source contains information on what biodiversity is, how to preserve it, and the biodiversity in New Hampshire. 

Conservation Campaign: Buck & Ike, town of Swanzey, NH

Links to website of town of Swanzey, NH - an innovative conservation initiative using two oxen, "Buck and Ike" to promote land conservation.

Conserving Your Land: Options for NH Landowners

Links to the Forest Society website where you can order this NH-specific publication and connect with other online resources about land protection.

Effective Community Communication - Best Practices

Developing effective communication in your community takes time and the involvement, commitment and support of key individuals and organizations. However, the results will be worth it for all members. The following are important points to consider.

Habitat Stewardship Brochure Series

About the NH Wildlife Action Plan:  Habitat Stewardship Brochure Series publications.  Links to UNH Cooperative Extension website.

Habitats of Conservation Concern - NH Fish & Game Website

Links to NH Fish & Game webpages describing 27 habitats of conservation concern identified in the NH Wildlife Action Plan.

Help for Landowners: Financial Assistance Programs in NH

Links to UNH Cooperative Extension website.

How to Conduct Outreach, Education & Communication about Wildlife

A task list from the "Taking Action for Wildlife" project with guidance about how to conduct public outreach related to wildlife and habitats.

NH Wildlife Action Plan

Links to NH Fish & Game website with complete information, including downloads, about the NH Wildlife Action Plan. 

Planning Your Wildlife Conservation Project

Getting started with Community Planning for Wildlife Conservation

Publications Available from Forestry Information Center

A list of publications are available through the UNH Cooperative Extension Forestry Information Center. If you are interested in receiving any, please check them off and return the list to: Forestry Information Center, 211 Nesmith Hall, 131 Main Street Durham, NH 03824-3597.

Taking Action for Wildlife - Community Updates (Fall 2010)

A tale of two communities, two lakes and 2,000 acres (Springfield and Keene - what they have accomplished to protect wildlife habitat)

Taking Action for Wildlife - Good Forestry (Fall 2010)

Good Forestry in the Granite State update in the Fall 2010 Issue of Taking Action for Wildlife

Taking Action for Wildlife - Knowing Vernal Pools (Fall 2010)

Green Mountain Conservation Group's vernal pool program

Taking Action for Wildlife - Managing Land Economically (Fall 2010)

Landowner Fred Ernst - story of how he is managing his land for wildlife and doing so in a way that makes good economic sense.

Taking Action for Wildlife Newsletter

Archive copies of the "Taking Action for Wildlife" Newsletter, published by UNH Cooperative Extension and NH Fish & Game. 

Taking Action for Wildlife Newsletter - Sign Up Sheet

A Handout/Signup Sheet to add people to the "Taking Action for Wildlife" newsletter list.  

Taking Action for Wildlife Rack Card

A publication by NH Fish & Game and UNH Cooperative Extension promoting the joint "Taking Action for Wildlife" website.

TakingActionForWildlife.org - Handout about web resources

A .pdf handout about what is available on the website TakingActionforWildlife.org

Threatend & Endangered Wildlife Species in NH

A link to NH Fish & Game's website detailing the status of all federal- and state-listed threatened and endangered wildlife species.

UNH Cooperative Extension Wildlife Webpages

Links to the University of NH Cooperative Extension webpages focused on wildlife, habitats, and habitat management.  Includes workshops, publications, and volunteer information.

Wildlife Sightings Database Handout

Explains how to use and where to find NH Fish & Game's Wildlife Sightings Database.

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