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  • Weeks Act | Conservation New Hampshire
    White Mountain National Forest No Comments Read the rest of this entry The Weeks Act Savior of the White Mountain Forests Posted on July 19 2010 by Nate Boesch If you have ever enjoyed the hiking camping skiing and scenery that the 780 000 acre White Mountain National Forest has to offer you have the Weeks Act to thank The White Mountains of a hundred years ago would have been

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  • White Mountain National Forest | Conservation New Hampshire
    is steep the kind of steep that makes you wonder if what you re doing is really more of a rock climb than a hike The effort to pull yourself up feels well worth it however once you get that first glimpse across Pinkham Notch and take in the whole of the Presidential Range The Read More Tags hiking Land Pinkham Notch White Mountain National Forest Wildcat No Comments Read the rest of this entry Quebec Fires Bring Smokey Air to NH Posted on June 1 2010 by Michael O Meara Forest fires raging in Quebec and north winds sent plumes of smoke spreading over New Hampshire during Memorial Day weekend making for very hazy and for some hazardous days The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services declared an air quality action day for most of New Hampshire on Monday May 31st as dense smoke Read More Tags Air Quality DES Fires Franconia Land People Health Quebec White Mountain National Forest No Comments Read the rest of this entry Playing Morning Hooky Posted on May 24 2010 by Michael O Meara There s no doubt that taking a hike with others with the socializing encouragement and safety it provides is

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  • New Hampshire | Conservation New Hampshire - Part 2
    forests Land LCHIP New Hampshire No Comments Read the rest of this entry Green Community Day Celebrates Green Launching Pad Accomplishments Posted on November 18 2010 by Michael O Meara It was a day for celebrating and continuing progress in making New Hampshire a hotbed for sustainably minded businesses as the Green Launching Pad GLP hosted its Green Community Day in Portsmouth on November 15th The event which took place at NH s first LEED Certified hotel and conference center featured a wide range of Read More Tags business Climate Energy energy efficiency environment Green Launching Pad New Hampshire No Comments Read the rest of this entry Framing the Argument for Energy and the Environment Posted on September 21 2010 by Michael O Meara Over 100 people turned out on a perfect September day to learn about framing the political argument for energy and environmental policy at the Energy Environment Elections reception and presentation at Red River Theatres in Concord The event co sponsored by Clean Air Cool Planet and Conservation NH gave listeners an opportunity Read More Tags Climate Energy elections environment New Hampshire Policy politics 2 Comments Read the rest of this entry Energy Environment Elections Posted on September 9 2010 by Michael O Meara Please join us for a reception and presentation on Energy Environment Elections The event will take place on Monday September 20 2010 from 12 PM to 2 PM at the Red River Theatres in Concord The program will include a summary of recent New Hampshire polling on energy the environment and climate change issues and Read More Tags Climate Energy elections environment New Hampshire Policy politics No Comments Read the rest of this entry New Hampshire Companies That Help You Enjoy the Outdoors and That Keep the Outdoors Enjoyable Posted on August 23 2010 by Michael Samuels It makes a lot of sense for a company that gets its money from campers and hikers to protect the environment in which those campers camp and those hikers hike But of course it s not just a financial investment for many of those companies A lot of people have started companies in the outdoor industry because they Read More Tags All Terrain business camping Eastern Mountain Sports EMS hiking Jetboil NEMO New Hampshire People Health Timberland 1 Comment Read the rest of this entry New Hampshire s Artist Laureate Gets His Materials Where He Gets His Inspiration Posted on August 20 2010 by Michael Samuels A very important part of my work has to do with materials says David Lamb New Hampshire s fifth Artist Laureate Although many artists are inspired by the state s forested landscape Lamb is one of the handful who make art from pieces of the landscape itself There are many woods that I think are exemplary that we Read More Tags arts David Lamb forest forests Land New Hampshire People Health No Comments Read the rest of this entry August is New Hampshire Eat Local Month Posted on August 3

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  • The Howler 131010-HarvestHowler-RGB+CARD – Conservation New Hampshire
    October 15 2013 by Michael O Meara Comment RSS Trackback Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website The Howler Search for Popular Posts LCHIP Announces 2010 Grant Recipients 2924 view s MacDowell Colony A Haven For Animals Artists 2550 view s Green Eggs and New HAMpshire 2379 view s Community Gardening in NH 1893 view s Facebook Friends Follow us

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  • Conservation New Hampshire - Part 3
    set the table with our Green Eggs and Ham breakfast In June we celebrated Read More No Comments Read the rest of this entry 2014 Green Eggs n New HAM shire Environmental Policy Breakfast a Success On Wednesday January 29 2014 400 Granite Staters law makers advocates business leaders and the general public got together and learned about some of the most pressing environmental issues state lawmakers face in the upcoming session and beyond The discussion was vital to our State s future What can we agree on What issues continue to Read More No Comments Read the rest of this entry 2014 Green Eggs n New HAM shire Environmental Policy Breakfast On Wednesday January 29 2014 please join 400 Granite Staters law makers advocates business leaders and the general public and learn about some of the most pressing environmental issues state lawmakers face in the upcoming session and beyond What can we agree on What issues continue to divide us How can we find common ground One Read More No Comments Read the rest of this entry The Howler THE HARVEST HOWLER We were not sure exactly what the Howler meant but we knew that it meant a fun party filled with all of you leading lawmakers advocates lobbyists state agency staffers and other friendly minded conservation ghoul and goblin folk Thanks for joining us for a toast to our many recent environmental energy related accomplishments and Read More No Comments Read the rest of this entry Reflections on Green Victories in 2013 Bipartisanship rules the day Happy New Year We cannot forget to specially thank the support from both sides of the aisle and to acknowledge that crunch time leadership from key supporters helped us score a few big wins in 2013 At our annual Green Eggs and

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  • Farms | Conservation New Hampshire
    celebration is being put together by the Read More Tags community farmers markets farms local food New Hampshire People Health produce No Comments Read the rest of this entry Integrated Pest Management Have Your Environmentally Friendly Produce and Afford It Too Posted on July 2 2010 by Michael Samuels On the Bee Thankful Farm in Deerfield the heirloom tomatoes are protected from aphids and tomato horn worms by diatomaceous earth an organically approved powder of the finely crushed shells of tiny organisms called diatoms and by natural predators like ladybug larvae and wasps Against fungus they re sprayed with organic fungicides like potassium bicarbonate But every Read More Tags farms garden Integrated Pest Management IPM Land People Health pest control produce 1 Comment Read the rest of this entry Working on the Farm Posted on June 28 2010 by Michael Samuels This morning I moved a dozen trays of seedlings off of the heating pad where they spend the night and out into the sun before I weeded between a hundred or so rows of lettuce rolled up the sides of the high tunnel a greenhouse heated solely by sunlight to keep the tomato and pepper plants from Read More Tags community CSA farms Land local food People Health 1 Comment Read the rest of this entry Supporting Local Farms through CSAs Posted on June 23 2010 by Michael Samuels You don t know who grew the food you buy in a supermarket or notice when they have a good or a bad season Even at farmers markets most people don t know how well or how badly a crop did But as a CSA member you notice because it s your harvest A CSA Community Sponsored Agriculture is a farm where Read More Tags community Community Supported Agriculture CSA

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  • Arts | Conservation New Hampshire
    than 117 species of Read More Tags arts MacDowell Colony Monadnock People Health wildlife 2 Comments Read the rest of this entry New Hampshire s Artist Laureate Gets His Materials Where He Gets His Inspiration Posted on August 20 2010 by Michael Samuels A very important part of my work has to do with materials says David Lamb New Hampshire s fifth Artist Laureate Although many artists are inspired by the state s forested landscape Lamb is one of the handful who make art from pieces of the landscape itself There are many woods that I think are exemplary that we Read More Tags arts David Lamb forest forests Land New Hampshire People Health No Comments Read the rest of this entry Woods on a Snowy Evening Arts and the Environment Posted on July 9 2010 by Michael Samuels Months after our conversation about how many songs were inspired by our respective states my Californian friend still sends them to me All I ve been able to reply with is Granite State of Mind This got me wondering why haven t New Hampshire s mountains and forests rivers and snow and granite inspired any well known art since uhh Read

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  • MacDowell Colony | Conservation New Hampshire
    pianist Marian MacDowell mostly though the efforts of the latter is on 450 acres of woodland and field within view of Mount Monadnock Three protected rivers flow through Peterborough and play host to more than 117 species of Read More Tags arts MacDowell Colony Monadnock People Health wildlife 2 Comments Read the rest of this entry Search for Popular Posts LCHIP Announces 2010 Grant Recipients 2924 view s MacDowell Colony

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