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New survey results released today find that New Hampshire voters across the political spectrum overwhelmingly support land conservation efforts in the state, believe the state should fund such efforts, and want fee revenues intended for the protection of open land and historic sites used only for those purposes.

A state-wide survey of attitudes about conservation issues and funding in New Hampshire.

Celebrating 25 Years of conserving land for people in New Hampshire

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Land for a new town forest has been purchased and conserved for the Town of Albany, N.H., The Trust for Public Land, the State, and the Town announced today. At the junction of two intersecting national scenic byways, the 310 acres of land will remain intact, preserving the views entering the White Mountain National Forest, which attracts more than 6 million visitors annually.

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Critically important bat habitat and a significant portion of Gardner Ridge, the scenic backdrop for New Hampshire’s Town of Lyman, have been conserved, Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust and The Trust for Public Land announced.

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New Hampshire's conservation, forestry, and outdoor leaders today praised U.S Representative Charlie Bass (R-2) for offering a bipartisan amendment to restore much needed conservation funding to the federal budget.

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A 2,920-acre North Country property and popular fishing destination has been permanently protected as an addition to the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, The Trust for Public Land, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and Plum Creek Timber Company announced today.

The Economic Benefits of LCHIP three page fact sheet with endnotes.

This report offers an assessment of community needs, the needs of supporting institutions, the state of the current infrastructure and recommendations on what is required to coordinate and strengthen existing capacities and build new support where it is needed.

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Legislation being considered this week by the House of Representatives will virtually eliminate funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund and have drastic impacts on communities.