What can landowners do to take action for wildlife? About 70% of land in New Hampshire is privately owned. The actions landowners take on their own properties are instrumental in protecting and maintaining valuable wildlife habitats throughout the state.
Landowners can use the tools below (or at left) to learn more about how to protect, restore or manage wildlife habitats on their property. If you have questions about taking action for wildlife on your property, contact your Extension County Forester or contact the Taking Action for Wildlife Team.
Landowner Tools for Taking Action
- Managing Wildlife Habitat
- Conserving Your Land
- Habitats of NH
- Wildlife Species
- Keeping Track of Wildlife on Your Land
- Landowner Library