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Stewardship Training Guide: Trail Maintenance for Volunteers

Volunteer training materials for working with volunteers to maintain trails in New England. Full Details

Getting the Word Out

A list of ways to recruit volunteers for stewardship projects. Full Details

Stewardship Training Guide: Workday 101

Volunteer training materials for how to plan and execute a successful volunteer stewardship workday. Full Details

Stewardship Training Guide: Outdoor Skills for Conservation Volunteers

Volunteer training materials for outdoor skills useful for conservation volunteers. Includes handouts and guide. Full Details

Stewardship Training Guide: How to Monitor Conservation Easements

Volunteer training materials for how to monitor conservation easements. Includes best practices, safety considerations, and sample forms. Full Details

Stewardship Training Guide: How to Lead a Nature Walk

Volunteer training materials for how to lead others on a nature walk. Includes instructor's guide, handouts, and activities. Full Details

Tips for Working with Stewardship Volunteers

Want tips for best practices in working with stewardship volunteers? Here are 12 steps to a successful conservation volunteer event, program, or experience. Full Details

Stewardship Workday Checklist

A checklist to help you prepare for an invasive plants workday. Full Details

Sample Volunteer Conservation Easement Monitoring Form

A sample volunteer conservation easement monitoring form. Full Details

Picking Our Battles: A Guide to Planning Successful Invasive Plant Projects

A landscape-scale invasive plant prioritization strategy produced by New Hampshire Fish and Game and the New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau Invasive Plant Working Group, with input from over 120 community members and natural resource managers and organizations. Full Details

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