Godfrey Memorial Conservation Area Established

We’ve had the singular pleasure of getting to know Daphne Godfrey over the last several years as we’ve worked with her to conserve her land in Lyman. We were fortunate enough to be introduced to Daphne through the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, who referred her to us. Her neighbor up the […]

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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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ACT is Applying for National Accreditation and Invites Your Comments!

ACT has applied for accreditation with the Land Trust Alliance (LTA), the national organization that oversees the operations of land conservation organizations. As part of this process, ACT invites comments on its operations to be sent to the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, and independent program of LTA that conducts an extensive review of ACT’s policies […]

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ACT ‘Salon’ Celebrates Weeks Centennial

Join the Discussion – Bold Ideas for the Next Century One hundred years ago the North Country faced a pivotal moment. Our forebears united across boundaries of geography, politics, and financial interests to win passage of the Weeks Act, which led to the creation of the White Mountain National Forest. Their actions guaranteed that the […]

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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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Northern Pass: Wrong for the North Country, Wrong for New Hampshire

Versions of this essay have appeared in The Littleton Courier, Coös County Democrat, and Concord Monitor By Rebecca Brown Like many people, when I first heard about the Northern Pass transmission line proposal I performed a quick mental calculation of pros and cons. Pro: renewable energy. Con: huge towers going through my front yard. My […]

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Why ACT Opposes the Northern Pass

Hearing Set for Public Comment Federal “scoping hearings” are coming up. Click above to expand this page and get a live link to the dates, times, and places and other information about making comments – in person or by letter.  Click here for PDF download. The Northern Pass issue is one of the most important […]

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Reception for Carl Schaller

The Rev. Carl Schaller of Littleton will be honored for his service to the environment at a gathering at 11:15 a.m. on Sunday Feb. 20 at the All Saints Church parish hall at 35 School Street, Littleton. Schaller’s long career includes 27 years as rector of All Saints. Everyone is invited to join members of […]

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