Technical Assistance for Working with Volunteers

For 2017, the Network has support from the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation to provide technical assistance to stewardship and citizen science partners working in New Hampshire on habitat or stream restoration projects.  Below is a list of  tasks for which we can provide assistance, recognizing that each project represents a collaboration between the collaborating partner, UNH Cooperative Extension, and the volunteers we recruit to help. Priority will be given to projects that improve habitat for wildlife species of conservation concern in New Hampshire. Contact us to discuss your project and the availability of our staff to help: Email Malin Clyde, TSNNE Project Manager, or call 603-862-2166.

Technical Assistance for Volunteer Management from the Stewardship Network: New England

  • Volunteer Recruitment and Marketing
  • Event Planning and Scheduling
  • Citizen Science Sampling Design
  • Best Practices for Working with Stewardship & Cit Science Volunteers
  • Obtaining Equipment
  • Selecting and Providing Educational Resources
  • Volunteer Record-Keeping
  • Creation of Maps, Data Sheets, etc.
  • Content Presentation (Teaching)
  • Volunteer Training
  • Photo Documentation
  • Post-Event Media and/or Reporting
  • Citizen Science Data Management
  • Volunteer Recognition