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This course focuses on New Hampshire’s natural resources and the relationship between healthy ecosystems and healthy communities. Specialists from the field will engage you to focus on particular aspects of N.H.’s natural resources and history. The course emphasizes hands-on, experiential learning in outdoor and classroom settings and offers techniques for applying scientific and horticultural skills to real-world service learning projects. You’ll gain an understanding of stewardship from awareness to activism, across topics that include native plant identification, ecological landscaping, sustainable living, N.H.’s wildlife and their habitats. You’ll also acquire skills in presentation, public outreach, and local government access.

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