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

Join us for Hands on Coastal Viewer Training May 17 from 6 to 8 pm.

Would you like to be able to access GIS maps in your town and learn more about natural resources in your area?  Join us for a hands-on training of Coastal Viewer, a web based mapping tool to find out how you can access and print maps of your community. 

New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions is partnering with UNH GRANIT and NH DES Coastal Program, to present Coastal Viewer 101 for Land Conservation on May 17 from 6 to 8 pm. Registration deadline is May 10 so sign up today.

The program will be held at Pettee Hall, Room G-18, 55 College Road University of New Hampshire, Duhham NH. Registration Fee: $15.00 for NHACC Members; $20.00 for Nonmembers. Registration fee may be waived upon request. For more information please contact me at Barbara@NHACC.org. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Conservation Round Table 

Runnells Hall, Chocorua , May 31, 2017 6:00 – 8:00pm 

Light refreshments provided! 

Join Green Mountain Conservation Group, UNH Cooperative Extension and the NH Association of Conservation Commissions for an unveiling of the new Wildlife Action Plan maps and a Round Table discussion on natural resource-based planning and conservation. Learn what’s new in your town and how you can use this information to take your wildlife and conservation efforts to the next level. Participants will receive a complimentary set of poster size habitat maps for their town!  For more information and to register please click here to register online OR call GMCG 539-1859 

Field Training Series

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