Educational resources for all who are interested in stewardship and land conservation.
These guides were created by CLSP staff. They broadly explain the concepts and principles of conservation land stewardship. The guides also provide information to help landowners and municipalities understand their role and responsibilities under the Land Conservation Investment Program (LCIP).
UNHCE has an office in every county of the state staffed with knowledgeable professionals with local expertise. County foresters are available to visit your property, free of charge, and help you achieve your objectives. You can find contact information for your county office on the UNHCE website, which also hosts a wealth of resources and training opportunities.
- Good Forestry in the Granite State: Recommended Voluntary Forest Management Practices for New Hampshire – Recommended practices and educational tools for managing ecologically sensitive and unique natural features of forest land.
- Stewardship Training Guides – Outdoor Skills for Conservation Volunteers, How to Monitor Conservation Easements, Invasive Plants in the Granite State, and more!
NHLTC advocates for land conservation and organizes workshops, events and other educational opportunities for the public on the values of private land conservation. Their website provides links to a variety of funding sources for land conservation projects and has contact information for all Land Trusts in New Hampshire.
- Conserving Your Land: Options for New Hampshire Landowners – A guide for landowners, conservation commissions and others interested in learning about land conservation options and techniques.
NHFG is the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife and marine resources. The Department works in partnership with the public to: conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats; inform and educate the public about these resources; and provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources.
- Trails for People and Wildlife – A Guide to Planning Trails that allow People to Enjoy Nature and Wildlife to Thrive
- Managing Grasslands, Shrublands, and Young Forest Habitats for Wildlife: A Guide for the Northeast – Provides important information on how to maintain and restore these special habitats.