Bear-Paw Regional Greenways successfully completed the tasks as outlined in the grant application and award from the New Hampshire Estuaries Project as of August 31st, 2003 for the project titled: Natural Resource Mapping and Land Protection Technical Assistance. The project included the completion of a series of Natural Resource Inventory maps that were produced using current statewide natural resource digital data. We worked with a consultant from the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests to produce a total of 40 different large format maps using geographic information systems. The maps produced included: aerial photos, water resource maps, significant wildlife habitat maps, natural resource co-occurrence maps, and tax map overlays. The maps were produced at both a regional scale that included all of the seven Bear-Paw towns, as well as maps in the series for each individual town. Bear-Paw received a full set of the regional maps and each of the seven member-towns received a full set of town-wide maps and one copy of the Regional Natural Resource Co-occurrence map.