2014 Green Eggs ‘n New HAM-shire Environmental Policy Breakfast

On Wednesday, January 29, 2014, please join 400 Granite Staters – law makers, advocates, business leaders, and the general public – and learn about some of the most pressing environmental issues state lawmakers face in the upcoming session and beyond. What can we agree on? What issues continue to divide us? How can we find common ground?


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The Howler


We were not sure exactly what the "Howler" meant, but we knew that it meant a fun party filled with all of you: leading lawmakers, advocates, lobbyists, state agency staffers and other friendly minded conservation ghoul and goblin folk. Thanks for joining us for a toast to our many recent environmental/energy-related accomplishments and...

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Reflections on Green Victories in 2013 — Bipartisanship rules the day!

Happy New Year!

We cannot forget to specially thank the support from both sides of the aisle and to acknowledge that ‘crunch time’ leadership from key supporters helped us score a few big wins in 2013.

At our annual Green Eggs and New Ham-shire Breakfast back in January, we rolled out our top three...

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Ms. Hackler goes to Washington

Our very own Executive Director, Susie Hackler made her debut in Washington, DC for a lobby day with the League of Conservation Voters. Over 60 conservation leaders converged on Capitol Hill for over 100 meetings. Some of the highlights include a meeting with the top energy advisors to the President (originally scheduled at the Whitehouse, but moved...

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Meeting with Governor Hassan’s staff and senate leaders focused on
use of dedicated renewable energy funds to balance state budget.
In the end, no good news results.

More than two dozen business leaders from across New Hampshire met with Governor Hassan and State Senate leaders to voice their opposition to the use of...

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Conservation NH Presents: The Spring Sip

Wednesday, April 10th, 5-7 PM
True Brew
3 Bicentennial Square
Concord, NH

In the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, we set the table for you with our Green Eggs and Ham breakfast, now it's time for cross-over and with that, a half time show.  Let's face it, everyone has...

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A Lose-Lose Proposition

Raiding user fees to balance the budget creates a new class of taxpayer, does little to remedy our financial woes, and we all lose

Concord, NH -- March 21, 2013 -- We’re in the thick of budget season again in New Hampshire, and as in years past,...

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CNH Welcomes New Board Members

CNH is pleased to announce the addition of two new board members, Steve Blackmer and Mandy Merrill.

Steve is a veteran in the environmental field and Mandy Merrill, a former State Senator, is one of the founding members of CNH and we're happy to have her back.

Welcome Steve and...

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2013 Green Eggs and New Ham-shire Breakfast

Eventbrite - Green EGGS and New HAMpshire 2013

Please join Conservation NH on January 30th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord for our 6th Annual Environmental Policy Breakfast - a news-making, thought-provoking morning and the greenest event of the year. Free and open to the public! Doors open at 7:30 am. Register now at: ConservationNH.org.

Join a diverse group of Granite Staters - public officials,...

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‘Green Eggs ‘n New Hampshire’ offers a recipe for success

Annual event scrambles politics, business, and green groups, and serves up a program on environmental and energy policies

CONCORD, NH – January 17, 2013 – It’s an annual tradition for dozens of politicos, business leaders and environmental advocates, an event that’s become THE place to be seen -- and be...

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