New Hampshire

Photo Credit: Jerry Monkman

For centuries, New Hampshire residents have proudly lived off the land. Our land conservation efforts have helped preserve their rugged and rural way of life.

Highlights of our work in New Hampshire include our 2004 conservation of the headwaters of the Connecticut River—a 175,000-acre working woodlands and wildlife reserve—and creation of the nation’s first modern community forest, sustainably supporting the local economy of the town of Errol in northeast NH.

Since 2001, we’ve made grants and loans totaling $12 million, which have helped the state’s conservation groups and agencies protect 246,323 acres of their most important places.

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