Wildlife habitat is the physical environment where an animal lives and that provides the necessities of life.
Wildlife nuisance and damage problems impact residents throughout the state. As suburban sprawl increases, suburban residents, often unfamiliar with wildlife, come in contact with wildlife more frequently and many times with negative consequences to both. In agricultural areas, wildlife can cause economic damage to crops.
Resources for forest landowners, urban and community forestry, and wood products processing.
This website provides expert information and programs related to drinking water, water conservation, pond management, on-lot septic, non-point source pollution, water policy and watershed education.