WHAT DOES

NHACC Do?

NHACC is a nonprofit conservation organization that provides education and assistance to New Hampshire's local conservation commissions.

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WHAT DO

Conservation Commissions do?

Conservation commissions are local conservation volunteers who work to study and protect natural resources.

Conservation commissions are very active in New Hampshire!

Click here to read more!

HOW

You Can Help.

Volunteer.
Invest In Your Local Community.
Consider Land Conservation.
And Above All - VOTE!

Click here to read about the many ways that you can help conservation in New Hampshire.

Conservation News and Events

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4/12/12 HB 514 amendment passes Senate with just a couple of tweaks

HB 514 was recently amended in committee (no hearings were held on this new language), and this version headed for the Senate floor on April 18th. The amendment focuses specifically on conservation commissions.

Click here for the language passed by the Senate as an addition to RSA 36-A:4 Powers.

The House and Senate have now passed very different versions of this bill and will need to come to agreement about language.

2/16/12 DES Updated Permit Application Forms

In an effort to provide a higher quality, more streamlined permitting process for the regulated public, most Land Resources Management Programs (Alteration of Terrain Bureau, Subsurface Systems Bureau, Wetlands Bureau and the Shoreland Program) have updated their permit application forms.  If you provide permit applications to the public or submit permit applications to DES, please take a moment to discard old permit application forms and ensure you have the newest versions.  All current application forms are available at their respective DES web pages and have a revision date of 01/01/2012 located within the footnote.    As of April 1, 2012, the Land Resources Management Programs will no longer be accepting outdated permit application forms.  Going forward, all LRMP application forms will be simultaneously updated every 6 months.

Land Resources Management, a subsection of the Water Division, coordinates communication and resources across those bureaus and programs that regulate land development projects that may impact state aquatic resources. For more information, please visit the NH DES Land Resources Management web page at:  http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/lrm/index.htm.

Community Gardens are Growing in NH!

Conservation Commissions are managing some of NH’s community gardens. Check out UNH Cooperative Extension’s Community Gardens Page by clicking here.

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