Education & Research

Please check in with the Woodlands Office for guidance on site selection for your research or educational use. Registering your use allows us to prevent conflicts and protects your activities from disturbance.

Woodland properties are an important component in the fulfillment of the University's educational mission. College Woods and the Horticulture farm receive over 10,000 educational visits per year by UNH students. Other high use educational properties include East Foss, West Foss, Thompson and Kingman Farm.

These areas are also widely used by researchers from within UNH as well as the larger scientific community. Recent surveys showed that there were more than 30 ongoing research projects that are supported by woodland properties.

Registration of your use is important to the management and conservation of our woodlands properties. Please use the form below to register your activity.

Course, Research or Activity (CRA) Registration Form