Protecting Wildlife Corridors Workshop
Plan for the future of your community by building a network of connected wildlife habitats.
Southeastern New Hampshire is changing. Our rapidly developing landscape and expanding road network are increasingly fragmenting our rich habitats, which wildlife depend on. Wildlife must be able to move across the landscape through Wildlife Corridors to meet their needs, whether to access breeding habitat, food, or water.
Attend this virtual workshop to learn about a new and easily accessible planning tool that identifies regionally significant wildlife corridors across Southeastern New Hampshire.
Following an introductory presentation, a panel will be on-hand to answer your questions and offer additional guidance and resources. Panelists include:
Sandi Houghton, Wildlife Diversity Biologist, NH Fish and Game Dept.
Duane Hyde, Land Conservation Director, Southeast Land Trust
Pete Steckler, Connect The Coast project lead, The Nature Conservancy
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