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Erosion Control Field Day series–9/11 & 9/13

The Hillsborough & Rockingham County Conservation Districts will be holding an Erosion Control Field Day on Tuesday, September 11th at the NH Audubon Massabesic Center in Auburn, NH.

A second session will be offered on Thursday, September 13th at Beech Hill Farm in Hopkinton, NH.

RSVP and mail in your registration by August 31st.

CEUs offerred.

Link to registration form:
Erosion Control Field Days NH Final 2012

Please contact Kerry Rickrode with any questions regarding the Auburn location event.

Kerry L. Rickrode, District Manager
Hillsborough County Conservation District
Chappell Professional Center
468 Route 13 South
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-2409
Direct Line: (603) 732-9194



MCCD Soil Workshops–Open Registration

MCCD announces fall workshop series

MCCD is partnering with the Belknap County Conservation District and E.J. Prescott to bring you an Erosion Control Field Day on September 13th at Beech Hill Farm.  There will be a special presentation on “Ethics for the Land Use Professional,” as well as numerous outdoor field stations.

Their annual Soil Field Day has two dates to choose from (October 11th or 12th) and will consist of an overview of soils before heading out to examine different soil pits.

There will also be an Amoozemeter Workshop on October 19th.

See below for registration forms and links.
Erosion Control Field Day

September 13th
Beech Hill Farm
Hopkinton, NH

Registration Form
Soil Field Day

Two days to choose from!
October 11th or 12th
Riverhill Grange and Carter Hill Orchard
Concord, NH

Registration Form
Amoozemeter Workshop

October 19th
Epsom Fire Station
Epsom, NH

Registration Form



Dirt to Trees to Wildlife Workshop–8/14/18

Dirt to Trees to Wildlife

Tuesday, August 14, 2018
12:30pm – 3:30pm

What you will learn: Identifying opportunities to enhance wildlife habitats requires knowledge, skills and experience related to interactions between soils, vegetation and the wildlife that use each type of vegetation. A new online tool helps professional managers simplify the process of compiling these complex interactions. The tool, called Dirt to Trees to Wildlife (DTW), simply requires a user to identify a piece of land by drawing it on a map. Behind the scenes, DTW identifies the soils on that land, the vegetation naturally supported by that soil, and wildlife breeding habitats supported by each vegetation type. This information is compiled in a handy report to inform management decisions.

DTW is based on decades-long work reflecting collaboration by soil scientists, foresters, researchers and wildlife biologists. It is largely funded by the U.S. Forest Service and the Randolph Community Forest in Randolph, NH.

At this workshop you will be introduced to the DTW online tool, set up a free ArcGIS online public account, and develop a report for a tract you identify. Bring your laptop with Windows 7 or 10. A limited number of computers will be available. Request one with your registration.

UNH Cooperative Extension – Grafton County
3855 Dartmouth College Hwy
N Haverhill, NH

Cost:  Free!

Credits: 3.0 SAF CFEs Category 1 and 3.0 hours for natural resource professionals

Link to flyer and registration:


Questions about registration: Email or call 603-788-4961

Questions about workshop content: brendan.prusik@unh.edu



The NH GIS Technical Advisory Committee Task Force is developing a long-term plan for regular acquisition of statewide aerial imagery that will meet the needs of GIS data users throughout New Hampshire. If you make use of GIS data and aerial photography in New Hampshire, you are invited to participate in an important conversation about the future of statewide imagery collection.

Input is being sought from GIS data users concerning their current and expected future use of statewide aerial imagery and desired technical specifications for the applications they support.  You can represent the needs of your organization, town, or agency by completing an online aerial imagery needs assessment survey, and/or attending an input session.

Please click here to view the details:
Poster_Aerial Imagery Needs Assessment 7-2-2018


Wetland Buffers

The NHANRS Legislative Committee and Board of Directors formed the NHANRS Wetland Buffer Scientific Workgroup in 2015.

The NHANRS Scientific Wetland Buffer Report was finalized on June 13, 2017. Read the report, workgroup meetings minutes and agendas, literature and other links on the Wetland Buffer Scientific Workgroup Homepage.

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