The NH Supreme Court has agreed to hear Northern Pass's appeal of the Site Evaluation Committee’s unanimous decision to deny a siting permit. Our legal team will be there to ensure the Court fully understands the SEC's decision. We need your financial support to make our case to the Supreme Court. Please donate today to say—for a final time—no to Northern Pass.
We are in the homestretch on the fundraising to support the acquisition and stewardship of a new 234-acre reservation in Canterbury & Northfield. We have to raise the final $65,000 to meet our $377,000 goal. This property is rich in conservation values and, with more than 5,300 feet of frontage along the Merrimack River, it is accessible from the river by canoe and kayak.
As spring tentatively unfolds around the state, (and the more diligent of us celebrate International Migratory Bird Day - 5/11) the familiar nuisance of black flies also reappears. And as annoying as we find them, as we’ve discussed earlier, they are a sign of healthy eco-system.
With two consecutive sun-filled days, the annual spring spectacle on the floodplain has been in full swing this week. The early mornings have been stunning. Newly unfurled ferns and Canada mayflowers on the forest floor glow as though the ground were producing its own light.