Education

In addition to the technical assistance that NHACC provides to New Hampshire Conservation Commissions, we also offer a variety of educational opportunities.

Annual Meeting & Conference

NHACC's Annual Meeting & Conference is held on the 1st Saturday of November each year. The conference draws commissioners and conservationists from around the state and offers workshops on a wide variety of topics. Each session is designed to inform and aid commissioners in the work that they do in their communities. Click to learn more about our Annual Meeting & Conference...

Regional Events for Commissions

Regional Open Space Team at the Milford Town Hall, June 8 

At the March ROST meeting we had a great discussion about climate resiliency.  At the June meeting we plan to look at regional scale Wildlife Action Plan maps and determine if  we can identify key properties that abut other high value properties in the neighboring towns and focus on landscape scale corridors. 

Amanda Stone and Lisa Graichen, UNH Cooperative Extension, along with Barbara Richter, NHACC Executive Director, offered to provide the maps, facilitate the discussion and contribute highly valued advice for us to consider.
May cookies, conversation, concepts, and coordination govern the evening.

Learn more about wetland buffers at the Buffers on the Bay June 14

The Piscataqua Region Estuaries PartnershipGreat Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, and the NH Association of Conservation Commissions are proud to present the 7th workshop in the Board Empowerment Series – Buffer Options for the Bay Project (BOB). The workshop is designed for members of conservation commissions and municipal boards.   Steve Miller, Great Bay NERR Coastal Training Program Coordinator will present the BOB findings and resources, and we will have an opportunity to discuss how to use the findings and resources to advance buffer protection and improve water quality.

 Registration Email Steve Miller (steve.miller@wildlife.nh.gov) to register with your name, position, organization, and contact information (email and phone). Registration is free, with a suggested $5 donation.

Field Training Series

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