The best of New Hampshire

New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest is where some of our family’s most unforgettable memories are formed—our first childhood hikes, our first time sleeping under the stars, our first glimpse of incredible wildlife. From hiking the Appalachian Trail to viewing the gorgeous fall foliage from the Cannon Mountain Tramway, the White Mountains represent the best of New Hampshire’s natural landscape.

Our natural heritage at risk

Yet the White Mountains are broken up by patches of privately owned land. If these private lands are sold, the White Mountains will be at risk.

We need to protect every acre of our public lands. Unfortunately, it’s too easy to picture treasured pieces of the White Mountains sold off and lost to future generations.

Our senators have a unique opportunity to protect the White Mountains

There’s a federal fund set up specifically to protect the White Mountains and other special places. It’s called the Land and Water Conservation Fund, and when an out-of-state clear-cutting operation previously devastated a section of the Appalachian Trial, the trail was restored through this fund.

Yet last year, Congress moved to slash the Fund by 93 percent. If Congress doesn’t act soon, the current Fund could even run out, putting the White Mountains at risk again.

Environment New Hampshire is bringing citizens together to convince Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte to make protecting the White Mountains a top priority during their current terms, leaving a lasting legacy for New Hampshire.

Issue updates

News Release | Environment New Hampshire

Environment New Hampshire Endorses Candidates for 2014 Elections

Environment New Hampshire, a statewide environmental organization, announced today the endorsement of three candidates for federal office in the 2014 elections.

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News Release | Environment New Hampshire

House Subcommittee Guts Parks, Clean Water, and Climate Protections

Yesterday, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies moved to slash the FY 2014 Interior and Environment Appropriations budget by 18 percent. 

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