Natural Resource Applicants
Land conservation endeavors to protect high-quality lands from development. Lands can be conserved for a variety of purposes, including:
- water quality protection
- wildlife habitat protection and enhancement
- preservation of scenic views and
- conservation of important forest and agricultural lands.
Land conservation helps to maintain the economic base of New Hampshire by ensuring the availability of an adequate long-term supply of forest products, and local food, as well as enhancing the tourism industry. Land conservation not only protects the irreplaceable physical resources of our natural environment, but also protects the vitality, quality of life, and sense of place that are so important in our communities and in our state.
Historic Resource Applicants
Historic preservation endeavors to protect and preserve buildings, structures, districts and sites, which reflect elements of local, state or national history.
Historic preservation not only protects the irreplaceable physical resources in our built environment, but also protects the vitality, quality of life, and sense of place in our communities.
The application deadline is May 15, 2020