Share what you think New Hampshire can do to safeguard natural lands for wildlife and people!
Are you wild about New Hampshire? Natural lands are an important part of what make New Hampshire a place where people want to live, work and play. The State’s Wildlife Action Plan is a blueprint that guides state agencies, towns, conservation organizations and others in their efforts to protect land and manage wildlife.
NH Fish and Game, in collaboration with other agencies and organizations, is updating the NH Wildlife Action Plan. Biologists, land use experts, land protection advocates, state agency staff, conservation commissioners, local planning board members, foresters, educators – all who impact habitat and wildlife as professionals or volunteers – are invited to weigh in on the plan that will guide state and local action for the next decade.
Input sessions are being held around the state in April – June to gather ideas for actions from people who are closely connected with, and concerned about, protecting wildlife and habitats.
We invite you to come hear about updated species and habitats of concern. Share your views and suggest actions that will make the revised Wildlife Action Plan an even more useful and informative guide for 2015-2025.
Please join the discussion!
Saturday June 27, 2015
10:00am – 12 noon
Stratford Grange Hall
845 Route 3, Stratford, NH