Advocacy

This year, the N.H. Legislature and Governor approved a law to establish a commission tasked with producing a comprehensive land conservation plan for the State of New Hampshire.

Why We Oppose the Northern Pass and Why You Should Too

By Jane Difley

This page for energy-related issues, including Climate, Renewable Energy (Wood, Wind, RPS), State Energy Policy,

This page for advocacy issues related to State Parks, State Forests, WMNF, and Town Forests

This page for forestry and land use advocacy issues, including Current Use and Good Forestry in the Granite State

This is the landing page for advocacy issues related to land conservation, including LCHIP, LWCF, Farm Bill Funding, and Municipal issues

Land and Community Heritage Program (LCHIP)

Since 1901, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests has worked to conserve the state's most important landscapes and promote wise use of its renewable natural resources. The Forest Society is New Hampshire's oldest and largest non-profit land conservation organization.

From the beginning, the main issue the Forest Society has had with Northern Pass has been with how the project proposes to bring electrons to the marketplace.  We are not philosophically opposed to importing electricity from Canada, but we are opposed to the 180-mile scar that the proposed overhe