- Wildlife Habitat
- Agricultural Soils
The Forest Society has set about to implement these goals through Land Protection, Stewardship, Research, Policy, Fundraising/Organizational Support, and Communication/Outreach. We accomplish this through the Regional Initiatives we have developed, working with like-minded partners around New Hampshire and in Massachusetts.
Why are regional plans important? First, they create collaborative opportunities. Second, they create a tool for participating organizations to prioritize their land protection efforts in their day-to-day work and third, they create a larger pool of resources and potential funders who are interested in multiple partnership collaborations.
The Forest Society is working side-by-side with a number of partners to shape a vision for land conservation in New Hampshire and parts of Massachusetts. Each regional plan varies somewhat in its visions, approach and end result, but each plan is also unified with the others in terms of the evolution of the planning process used in all its planning efforts.
Below is a brief synopsis of the four regional plans with links to the accompanying data and maps: