By NH Politician
On June 30, 1865, the New Hampshire Legislature authorized the Governor, “to appoint two Commissioners to consider the subject of the restoration of sea fish to our waters and the introduction of new varieties of fresh water fish.” What we know today as the NH Fish and Game Department began as a Commission of Fisheries.
New Hampshire has an abundance of wildlife, freshwater and saltwater fish. Our NH Fish & Game Officers are hard at work educating, assisting and enforcing the laws to manage and protect our wildlife and fisheries. They are instrumental in many wilderness and water rescues.
Our conservation officers do a tremendous job with many educational programs for all ages. They rely on the purchase of licenses to fund their operations and programs so we encourage you to buy a license today.
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