Conservation Partners

Some of N.H. Fish and Game's partners worked directly on the conservation science, research and writing for the Wildlife Action Plan. These include New Hampshire Audubon, Franklin Pierce College, North East Ecological Services, the University of New Hampshire, NH Natural Heritage Bureau, St. Anselm's College, the New Hampshire Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Loon Preservation Committee, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S. Forest Service. Many of these partners are working under contracts or agreements to provide specific information for the Plan.

Other partners have assisted with the public participation component of the plan. For example, our Communications & Outreach Team has partners from New Hampshire Audubon; Public Service of New Hampshire; Jackson, Jackson and Wagner; New Hampshire Press Association; Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests; and The Nature Conservancy. We have also sought the involvement of partners through public meetings, like the Wildlife Summit, held in March 2004. These partners include the following:

  • Local Communities (e.g., Conservation Commission, Planning Board, Town Council/Select Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment)
  • Land Trusts (e.g., Center for Land Conservation Assistance, Trust for Public Lands)
  • Statewide Conservation Organizations (e.g., The Nature Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, Appalachian Mountain Club, Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Audubon Society of New Hampshire, NH Wildlife Federation)
  • Regional/Local Conservation Groups (e.g., Audubon chapters, fish & game clubs, watershed associations, Great Bay Protection Partnership)
  • Businesses (e.g., Public Service of New Hampshire, The Balsams)
  • Other Organizations (e.g., Jordan Institute - Minimum Impact Development, SPACE - Statewide Program of Action to Conserve our Environment)
  • Natural Resource Professionals (e.g., foresters, natural resource scientists, biologists)
  • Regional Planning Commissions
  • State Agencies (e.g., Division of Forests & Lands; Parks & Recreation; Office of Energy and Planning; Department of Environmental Services)
  • Legislative Fish & Game Committees - NH Senate & House
  • National Agencies (e.g., US Fish & Wildlife Service, National Wildlife Refuges, White Mountain National Forest, US Environmental Protection Agency, US Army Corps of Engineers, National Park Service)

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