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33rd Annual Conservation Banquet

The NHWF 33rd Annual Conservation Banquet will be held on Sunday, April 12, 2015 at the Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH.  Doors will open at 4:00 p.m.  Mark your calendars now.  More information will be forthcoming. 

New Game Management Plan


The public will have several opportunities in March to hear about the plan and give their input. Input from five meetings to be held around the state will be considered during revision of the initial draft plan. The meetings begin at 6 p.m. Dates and locations are as follows: 


March 17, Nashua Community College - Room 105
March 19, Claremont Community Center - Room B
March 24, Greenland, Hugh Gregg Conservation Center
March 26, Conway Middle School
March 31, Fish and Game Region One Office, 629B Main Street, Lancaster
Information and resources about the game plan revision can be explored on Fish and Game’s website 
Barry Conservation Camp

Barry Camp offers overnight summer youth programs for kids age 8-16.

Themed weeks introduce youth to the shooting sports, fishing, hunter education, North Country Adventures and more. NHWF offers Camperships to Barry Camp to offset the costs.

Learn more about Barry Camp

Apply for a NHWF Campership

New Bear Guide Permit Process

A new system is in place for issuing Bear Guide Permits under rules adopted today by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The rules increase the number of bear guide permits issued annually to a total of 50.

2015 Annual Meeting Report

The 2015 Annual Meeting was held on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Fish & Game Headquarters. 

Read the complete report

Hike Safe Program

The Hike Safe card is not just for hikers. Other outdoor enthusiasts like kayakers, cyclists, skiers, rock climbers or anyone interested involved in the great outdoors. The card exempts the holder from repaying search and rescue costs should they be needed (except in cases of reckless or intentional behavior). We’re calling it “Your back-up plan for the great outdoors!” 

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The NHWF is a non-profit member organization promoting conservation, environmental education, sportsmanship, and outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping, camping, and photography.


The NHWF is your voice when fish and game regulations are proposed, anti-hunting legislation is introduced, and dams and real estate development encroaches on wildlife habitat. Your membership assures your interests are protected and your voice is heard!



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