Lands and Forests

Staying Connected Initiative

New Hampshire lies at the crossroads of an extensive wildlife habitat network reaching from the Tug Hill plateau in New York, across the Adirondacks and the northern reaches of New England, and on to the Canadian Maritime provinces.

Today wide-ranging species like bear, bobcat, fisher and moose can still move relatively uninhibited through the region, to locate sufficient food, cover and over-wintering sites, and to find a mate. Under the umbrella of the Conservancy-led four-state, 21-partner Staying Connected Initiative (SCI), a group of Granite State organizations and agencies has come together to find ways to make sure connected habitat and healthy wildlife populations are an enduring feature of our landscape.

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