Natural Resources










Forestry and Wildlife, Steve Roberge

The University of NH Cooperative Extension Forestry and Wildlife Program has been caring for New Hampshire's forests since 1925. Our mission is to educate New Hampshire's citizens about rural and urban forest environments, enhancing their ability to make informed natural resources decisions.

We help landowners with woodlot care, long term planning, selling timber, wildlife habitat, land protection, current use taxation, and more. We help communities through support to town boards, public officials, and other community organizations. We help provide a healthy working landscape by offering the state's 84,000 landowners, 1400 loggers, 250 licensed foresters, and 100 sawmills information and technical assistance.


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Meet Steve Roberge, Extension Field Specialist

UNH Cooperative Extension

800 Park Avenue, Keene NH 03431