News / Events

NH Housing RFP
Tuesday 29, 2014
For the past three years, the Community Planning Grant Program, administered by NH Housing,  has supported work designed to amend local master plans, zoning ordinances and building codes to promote mixed-use development, affordable housing and adaptive reuse of buildings.  The final part of this program is to compile a handbook – a collection of case […] More ›
North Branch Completes First START House in New Hampshire
Thursday 10, 2014
  (Boscawen, NH) North Branch Construction, Inc. of Concord has completed construction of a new 3,200 square foot house in Boscawen for Community Bridges. The single-story six bedroom home is the first Systematic, Therapeutic, Assessment, Resources, and Treatment (START) facility-based respite home in New Hampshire. It will provide active therapeutic supports to individuals who have […] More ›
Eckman Construction Promotes Hunter to VP
Thursday 10, 2014
Congratulations to member Preston Hunter for promotion to Vice President at Eckman Construction! Click on the link below for more details Hunter_VP More ›
July 17th Exeter Area Chamber Lunch & Learn
Thursday 10, 2014
Hosted by ReVision Energy.   Exeter, NH –ReVision Energy will host the Exeter Area Chamber Lunch & Learn at the Exeter Area Chamber office located at 24 Front St., Suite 101 in Exeter on July 17, 2014 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.   Please join us to learn more on how you can make […] More ›
LEED Green Associate Workshop June 6 in Portland
USGBC Maine Chapter – LEED Green Associate Workshop06 Jun 2014 9:00 AM PDT Architects, 49 Dartmouth Street, Portland  The Maine Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council is pleased to offer this full-day LEED Green Associate Workshop.  The workshop is designed to introduce participants to basic green building concepts and strategies in an effort to prepare them […] More ›
Annual workshop series for Conservation Commissions and others starts June 26
Got beavers? Want to know how to attract more young people to your work? Need volunteers to help with invasives work days? Not sure how to identify a wetland or process an applications? Tired of lugging around maps, compass, and other field instruments? Great! Then come join the New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions (NHACC) […] More ›
Seeking examples of density in NH
Thursday 1, 2014
Density, or compact design, preserves open spaces, saves money, and is appealing to many who would like to live and work and even play without having to get into a car to get somewhere.  Often imagined in larger communities and cities, it is a concept that can, indeed be applied in towns of all sizes. […] More ›
NH getting warmer and wetter
UNH released two reports today (one for Southern and one for Northern NH) that describe the warming trends we will see over the next few decades, as well as more frequent “extreme precipitation” events.  The reports were compiled to assist municipalities in planning decision-making for future investments.  For more information and to download the reports, […] More ›
Planning for walking and biking in your community – FREE WORKSHOP SERIES
HEAL-NH (Healthy Eating Active Living)  has launched its Active Transportation Program and is inviting people to attend upcoming free training sessions. Active Transportation means ways of getting from one place to another in an active way:  walking, biking, skating, blading, boarding, wheelchairs, etc.   The primary purpose of the Active Transportation Program is to provide participants with essential skills in planning […] More ›
Lakes Region Transportation Summit
Wednesday 5, 2014
March 7th from 2pm to 4pm – for more information click here: TransportationSummitPosteremail More ›