The Stewardship Network: New England

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The Stewardship Network: New England

MOBILIZING VOLUNTEERS TO CARE FOR AND STUDY OUR LANDS AND WATERS

The Stewardship Network: New England is an initiative we helped launch in 2013 to increase the capacity of conservation organizations, agencies, and researchers to engage with volunteers in the care and study of New England’s ecosystems, lands, and waters. The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension is leading the effort, expanding the successful work of The Stewardship Network in the Great Lakes region.

The initiative aims to build a large base of people interested in volunteering on behalf of nature, so that conservation organizations, towns, and public agencies who need stewardship help in the outdoors can enlist interested volunteers to help.

To get involved, join the network.

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