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News of what's coming up in nature-based volunteer programs or citizen-science projects. Have news to share? Send us an email and photo and we'll post it here.

Free Webcast: Online Invasive Apps, this Wednesday at noon

Published: Jun 1, 2014
Join the Stewardship Network for a free webcast on using online apps for invasive plant mapping and more. Wednesday at noon, join from your computer! More

Stewardship Network: New England Launches New Website

Published: Jun 1, 2014
A new online portal will offer new resources to connect volunteers and conservation partners to resources, events, and news related to stewardship and citizen science in New Hampshire and beyond. More

Volunteers Needed for National Trails Day Events on June 7

Published: May 30, 2014
Conservation areas all over NH are in need of volunteers on June 7, 2014. More

AMC's Mountain Watch Phenology Program

Published: May 23, 2014
Help scientists track seasonal development in mountain plants and animals through several citizen science programs coordinated by the Appalachian Mountain Club. More

Survey for Marsh Birds Begins

Published: May 21, 2014
New Hampshire Audubon scientist Pam Hunt will conduct a training on Wednesday, May 21 for volunteers interested in helping survey for birds that live in marsh habitats. More

Webcast on Garlic Mustard Available Free Online

Published: May 21, 2014
The Stewardship Network has made a recorded version of a recent webcast More

Participate in the Garlic Mustard Challenge 2014!

Published: May 1, 2014
Volunteers are gearing up to pull garlic mustard on conservation lands in NH, ME, MA and VT during April and Map. This non-native invasive plant crowds out native plants and is not suited to our local wildlife. More

Maine Butterfly Survey Offers Training

Published: Apr 28, 2014
Maine launches a new season of butterfly surveys with training for new volunteers on May 17 at Colby College in Waterville, ME. More

Care about Trails? Workshop for Volunteers July 12-13

Published: Apr 25, 2014
Volunteers and staff who care for trails have a great chance to learn from the experts at a two-day "Trails Skills Workshop" on July 12-13 in Gilsum, NH. Sponsored by the Monadnock Conservancy, the Student Conservation Association, and the Stewardship Network: New England, participants pay only a $10 registration fee for two full days of training. More

Glass Eel Monitoring Training, May 1 in Durham

Published: Apr 23, 2014
Volunteers are needed to help count and measure migrating glass eels in the coastal watershed. A short training, offered May 1 in Durham from 10-11:30 will give you everything needed to lend a hand. More

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