The legislation authorization had been lapsed since 2013.
The program's $35 million investment has helped permanently conserve 53,307 acres of land and preserve 177 historic buildings.
Find out how to register for the Regional Conservation Partnership's annual meeting.
The results are in for a survey about the State of New Hampshire's Current Use Program.
Congress is currently considering a substantial investment in forest conservation that would grow the economy, create jobs, and take critical action on climate change.
The unanimous opposition indicated bipartisan support for LCHIP in New Hampshire.
Updates on the Forest Legacy Program and the Community Forest and Open Space Program from the Forest Society's advocacy team.
Join us in thanking the committee members who voted in opposition to the bill.
The Forest Society has a deep interest in supporting the retention and expansion of markets for forest products.