The Stewardship Network: New England Training Guides series offers instructional materials for training volunteers in stewardship and educational activities. Use these guides to organize your own volunteer training workshop or to learn about best practices. Materials include instructor's guides, slide presentations, videos, activities, sample agendas, and more. Developed in collaboration with conservation groups in New Hampshire, we hope these guides allow more organizations to train more volunteers in stewardship and educational topics, increasing our collective capacity to care for and study our lands and waters. For scheduled trainings on any of these topics, visit our Events Calendar.
How to Lead a Nature Walk
How to Monitor Conservation Easements
Outdoor Skills for Conservation Volunteers
Information for those interested in working effectively with volunteers to accomplish stewardship tasks.
Trail Maintenance for Volunteers
Invasive Plants in the Granite State
These guides were produced by The Stewardship Network: New England, a project of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension (UNHCE), with funding support from the NH Charitable Foundation. Use of the training guide, associated materials, and the name “The Stewardship Network: New England Training Guides” is made available through a Creative Commons license by the University of New Hampshire.