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Support NH Fish and Game

There are many ways to be part of the Fish and Game community of supporters.

 

Be Informed

Be Informed

Learn all you can about the issues affecting Fish and Game, from funding, to wildlife management and legislation affecting the Department. Informed citizens who value wildlife, conservation and opportunities for outdoor recreation are our best advocates.

Buy a License

Buy a License

Hunting and fishing licenses provide a full year of outdoor adventure and help fund Fish and Game’s work conserving New Hampshire’s fish, wildlife and marine resources.

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Hike Safe Card

Buy a Hike Safe Card

Every purchase supports the Search and Rescue Fund, plus exempts the holder from certain liability for search and rescue costs.

Participate

Participate

Fish and Game offers dozens of events, workshops and classes each year – a fun way to get involved and learn about our wild world.

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Volunteer

Volunteer

There is no more special contribution than the gift of your skills and time. Hundreds of volunteers support the Department, from Hunter Education instructors and Wonders of Wildlife docents to piping plover monitors.

Subscribe to NH Wildlife Journal

Subscribe to
NH Wildlife Journal

New Hampshire’s only magazine dedicated to wildlife and outdoor recreation.

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ShopWildNH

Shop Wild NH

Each purchase of Fish and Game merchandise helps us carry out our mission, and you’ll enjoy the quality Department-designed products, from logo shirts and hats to calendars, books and more.

Buy a Moose Plate

Buy a Moose Plate

Purchases of New Hampshire’s conservation license plate provide a significant amount of funding (one-fourth) for Fish and Game’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, which restores threatened and endangered wildlife and helps keep common species common.

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Donate

Donate

Help the programs you care about continue. Generous contributors support activities throughout the Department, from the Let’s Go Fishing Program to the Barry Camp Fund.  The Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program relies on private donations to earn a $50,000 match from the state each year. Memorial donations can be a lasting legacy for a loved one who cherished the outdoor life.

Wildlife Foundation of NH

Give to the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH

Fish and Game’s official nonprofit partner exists to support the work of the Department.  Each year it provides thousands of dollars in grants to make projects happen at Fish and Game.

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