The Division of Forests and Lands is a part of the New Hampshire Department of Resources and Economic Development. The Division of Forests and Lands provides forest resource information and education programs to the public. It performs forestry activities on an area of more than 200,000 acres. The division is responsible for the enforcement of forestry laws. It offers land acquisition and disposal services. The division maintains the state s land property records and boundaries. It also offers forest fire control and resource planning services. The division implements research-based outreach educational programs that focus on topics related to forest stewardship, forest industry economic development, and urban and community forestry. Its New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau locates, tracks, and provides information about ecosystems and rare plant species.