Natural Resources Stewards Course: Learn, Explore & Share the Nature of New Hampshire

2019 Natural Resources Steward course at Canterbury Shaker Village offers a comprehensive education and volunteer support network for people who want to learn, explore and share the nature of New Hampshire.

It starts with hands-on learning that brings people together to explore NH’s ecosystems – how trees, plants, soil, fungi, water, wildlife and even humans are interconnected, and how we can reduce our impact and restore and protect the nature we are a part of.

Graduates then volunteer throughout the state, stewarding f NH’s precious resources in a variety of conservation projects of their choosing. Learn more about this program and apply today at nhstewards.org.

The Natural Resources Stewards Program is sponsored by UNH Cooperative Extension, NH Division of Forests and Lands, NH Fish and Game Department and its Wonders of Wildlife Program, and US Forest Service in partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and County Conservation Districts, and Canterbury Shaker Village.

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