Resources

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White Pine Blister Rust Infection Incidence for Selected Areas of New Hampshire
This study’s main objective was to determine how the incidence of blister rust has changed since the mid-1900’s. Five separate regions of New…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
White Pine Silviculture for Timber and Wildlife Habitat in New England
This update of the 1978 guide (Lancaster and Leak 1978) includes new information on practical silvicultural alternatives such as low-density…
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
White-Nose Syndrome Is Killing Our Bats
Handout about White-nose Syndrome from NH Fish and Game.
Natural Resources, Speaking for Wildlife Natural Resources
Wildlife Habitat Improvement: Farmlands and Wildlife
Published 2016. Written by Diane E. Yorke, Project assistant, Wildlife, UNH Cooperative Extension. Concepts for the series were developed by David…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Wildlife Habitat Improvement: Wetlands and Wildlife
Published 2016. Written by Diane E. Yorke, Project assistant, Wildlife, UNH Cooperative Extension. Concepts for the series were developed by David…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Wildlife Habitat Improvement: Woodlands and Wildlife
Published 2016. Written by Diane E. Yorke, Project assistant, Wildlife, UNH Cooperative Extension. Concepts for the series were developed by David…
Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Winter Bird Feeding [fact sheet]
If you’re like me, you love to set out feeders in the backyard for our non-migratory songbirds. Watching birds come to feeders is a lot of fun -…
Yard & Garden Natural Resources Fact Sheet
Wood Energy
Wood is abundant in New Hampshire. After all, we are 84% forested. Any woodlot has a mix of tree species, sizes and shapes--all factors deciding how…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Wood In Streams
Until recently, the importance of wood in streams for fish habitat wasn't very well understood. In 2018 two field-based workshops were held for…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Woodlot Boundary Line Marking
One of the most common recommendations foresters make to forest landowners has little to do with the management of their trees. Although most…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Workforce Development
New Hampshire employs over 7,000 workers in the forest industry. This encompasses diverse positions in different sectors with varied skill sets.…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Workshop: Mobile Mapping for GIS Data Collection
Workshop:  Mobile Mapping for GIS Data Collection Learn how to get a group of people (or just yourself) using mobile devices (smartphones, tablets…
Natural Resources Online Workshop, Remote Training
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Forest Carbon
Forests have remarkable ability to sequester and store carbon while at the same time provide those traditional benefits and opportunities we all…
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Songbird Habitat
For every bird you see in the woods, there is something your woodlot is providing to meet its needs. Too much of one thing, or not enough of another…
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees, Wildlife Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: Managing for Timber
Producing valuable and quality timber in your woodlot starts with identifying and growing quality trees. Developing quality trees requires a long-…
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources
Your Woodlot, Your Legacy: What will your woodlot look like in the future?
As a forest landowner, the decisions you make about your land will have a lasting impact for years to come. A good place to start is to think about…
Natural Resources, Forest & Trees Natural Resources