Earth Day and Destiny

By Rebecca Brown The first Earth Day 42 years ago was planned for the high spring season, when the land – at least in the mid-Atlantic states –  is in the burst of renewal and vibrant color. Sunday, Earth Day, brought much needed rain to the Northeast. Streams and rivers that on Friday were flowing […]

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Public Event: Keep Growing! – August 7, 2011

Keep Growing is a new initiative aimed at building a local food system and revitalizing the agricultural economy in northern New Hampshire and Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. On Sunday August 7 join ACT and our partners in kicking off the movement. Keep Growing: Sowing the Seeds of Our Local Food Movement is a free public event […]

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Workshops on Economic Opportunities in Farmland and Floodplain Conservation

Press Release April 5, 2010 Workshops Spotlight Economic Opportunities in Conserving Farmland and Floodplains LANCASTER, N.H. – Two workshops in April will focus on conserving farmland and floodplains in the upper Connecticut River watershed. Strategies for conserving land and economic opportunities for landowners will be detailed.  Landowners and all interested residents are invited, including members […]

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