The New England Field Office serves the New England area by working with others to conserve and protect imperiled species, restore habitats and aquatic connectivity, and connect people to nature.

About Us

The New England Field Office is part of the North Atlantic-Appalachian Region and is located in Concord, NH. Our staff works to conserve, protect, enhance, and restore the fish, wildlife, and

plant resources throughout the ecologically diverse New England area, from the sandy shores of Cape Cod to the rocky summits of the White Mountains.

What We Do

The conservation of our nation's most imperiled species and their habitats is at the heart of what we do. From reviewing federally funded or authorized projects to working to restore fish passage and rare species habitats, all our work is done in collaboration with partners. 

Our Organization

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