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Still Time to Grab a Calendar

January 13, 2017

For a limited time, you can still get a 2017 New Hampshire Wildlife Calendar, published by NH Fish and Game.

2016 Trophy Fish Program Entries Due by January 31

January 13, 2017

If you caught a big fish in 2016 and want to enter the NH Fish and Game Department's Trophy Fish Program, applications must be submitted by January 31.

First-ever Winter Free Fishing Day in NH

January 12, 2017

If you've always wanted to try ice fishing, take advantage of New Hampshire's first-ever winter free fishing day on Saturday, January 21, 2017.

Still Room in Free Workshop

January 11, 2017

There's still room in the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department's upcoming workshop where you can learn all about the exciting winter sport of snowshoe hare hunting. The free seminar will be held at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness.

Educators: Schedule a Free Spring Classroom Wildlife Program

January 10, 2017

Teachers who want to introduce their students in grades 3-6 to New Hampshire's wildlife resources -- or reinforce wildlife-related lessons they have learned -- have until February 28 to request spring Wonders of Wildlife presentations by trained New Hampshire Fish and Game Department volunteer docents. There is no charge for the programs.

BOW Winter Workshop Registration Opens

January 9, 2017

Registration is now open for New Hampshire's 2017 Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Winter Workshop, a one-day program where women learn outdoor skills to enjoy during the winter months.

Stonehouse Forest Awarded $1 Million Federal Grant

January 6, 2017

The 1,500-acre Stonehouse Forest in Barrington, NH, just got one step closer to being a reality with the announcement of a $1 million Federal grant from the National Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

N.H. Candidates Sought for New England Fishery Management Council

January 6, 2017

The State of New Hampshire has been notified by the National Marine Fisheries Service of four vacancies for the New England Fishery Management Council's at-large seats, one of which is currently held by Peter Kendall of New Hampshire.

Great Bay Reserve Manager Honored

January 5, 2017

Surrounded by colleagues and partners from around the nation, Cory Riley, Reserve Manager for the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, was recently awarded the prestigious "Award for Outstanding Contributions" to the National Estuarine Research Reserve System.

Applicants Sought to Volunteer for Coverts Project Volunteer Training

January 5, 2017

Applications are now being accepted for this year's N.H. Coverts Project volunteer training workshop on May 3-6, 2017, at the Barbara C. Harris Conference Center in Greenfield.

NH Schoolyard Action Grants

January 4, 2017

Are you an educator with a project in mind to involve students in enhancing the schoolyard for wildlife habitat, connect students with the outdoors, and integrate nature into student learning in line with the curricula? Grants from the New Hampshire Partnership for Schoolyard Action Grants are now available for schools with students from pre-kindergarten through grade twelve to help fund such nature-based projects.

Time Change for January N.H. Fish and Game Commission Meeting

January 4, 2017

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission has announced a time change for its January meeting.

Winter Hiking Course Registration Opens

January 3, 2017

Registration is now open for New Hampshire's 2017 Beyond Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop, "Explore Winter Hiking."

Chopper Overhead Signals Moose Collaring Underway in Northern NH

January 3, 2017

Northern New Hampshire residents may see a helicopter overhead in the coming weeks as approximately 45 moose cows and calves are collared for the third year of a four-year study of moose mortality and productivity.

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