How to Monitor Conservation Easements: Training Guide
Easily train volunteers to monitor conservation easements with this 30-page guide
How to read a conservation easement deed
Best practices for monitoring conservation easements
Important safety considerations
Sample volunteer monitoring form
The How to Monitor Conservation Easements Training Guide includes information for workshop instructors and organizers and materials for volunteers. Below is a list of individual items in the training guide with a brief description and notes on their use.
This guide will provide you with instructions on hosting and facilitating a How to Monitor Conservation Easements training for your organization/group's volunteers
Includes tips for planning, recruiting volunteers, implementation, and follow-up; also includes a draft agenda and list of supplies needed
Materials for Volunteers
How to Monitor Conservation Easements: Volunteer Handbook
A step-by-step guide to help volunteers monitor conservation easements
Provide this guide, along with the supplemental handouts below, to volunteers who are training to monitor conservation easements
Volunteer Conservation Easement Monitoring Form
A sample form to be used during conservation easement monitoring
These guides were produced by Nature Groupie, a project of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, with funding support from the NH Charitable Foundation. Use of the training guide, associated materials, and the name “Stewardship Training Guides” is made available through a Creative Commons license by the University of New Hampshire.