A tool for community education on invasive plants in New Hampshire.
- A presentation designed for the general public that provides information on New Hampshire's invasive plant species
- Help others learn why invasive plants are a problem
- Includes best practices for helping to control invasive plants
- Helpful resources and handouts at your finger tips
Below is a list of individual items in the training guide with a brief description and notes on their use.
|Presentation Materials & Handouts|
Invasive Plants in the Granite State: A Guide for Communities and Volunteers
|A PowerPoint presentation designed for the general public to provide education and inspire action around invasive plants.||Use this presentation to do invasives outreach in your community.|
|Invasive Plants in the Granite State: Script||A PDF Script of the Invasive Plants in the Granite State PowerPoint presentation.||Print the script and use as a guide when giving the presentation.|
|Resources||Links to helpful online resources about invasive plants.||Print copies to use as a handout at your presentation.|
|Garlic Mustard Challenge||The Garlic Mustard Challenge is a collaborative effort to restore and protect natural ecosystems across the Northeast.||Print copies to use as a handout at your presentation.|
|Map Your Invasives||A guide to using the invasive plant mapping tool, EDDMapS.||Print copies to use as a handout at your presentation.|
|Additional Handouts & Resources|
|Alternatives to Invasive Landscape Plants||Learn about several adaptable plant choices which are readily available and do well in New Hampshire landscapes.||Published by UNH Cooperative Extension. Revised 2009.|
|New Hampshire Guide to Upland Invasive Species||A guide to identification and methods of control for upland invasive plants.||Published by the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food. 2011.|
|Prohibited Invasive Species Rules||A fact sheet on the New Hampshire prohibited invasive species rules.||Published by the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food.|
|Methods for Disposing of Non-Native Invasive Plants||How and when to dispose of non-native invasive plants.||Published by UNH Cooperative Extension. Revised 2010.|
|Picking Our Battles: A Guide to Planning Successful Invasive Plant Management Projects||A strategic prioritization plan for the control of invasive plants in New Hampshire. Includes specific actions for communities.||Published by NH Fish and Game. 2015.|
|Overview - Picking Our Battles: A Guide to Planning Successful Invasive Plant Management Projects||A PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the Picking Our Battles Guide.||An additional tool for invasives outreach in your community.|
Materials for this guide were developed by Extension Specialist Malin Clyde with input from other Extension educators, NH Fish & Game, and the NH Dept. of Agriculture.