Landowners in New Hampshire interested in protecting, conserving, or restoring the natural resources on their property are encouraged to contact the local USDA NRCS office to begin the conservation planning process.
In a known breeding ground for wood turtles (a species of concern in New Hampshire), and a supporting landscape for many other species, a gravel pit destroyed the landscape and plantings and negatively impacted important species.
A WHIP project along the North and Lamprey Rivers (designated wild and scenic) restored the land to its natural state reducing sheet and rill erosion into the rivers and grew large areas of native plants that are now thriving.
Date: May 21, 2013
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