Environmental Organizations: New Hampshire
Founded to purchase, protect and manage land for public benefit.
Conserving land for the future growth and well being of New Hampshire’s North County.
Preserve the rural landscape of the Mt. Kearsarge/Lake Sunapee region.
Permanently conserving a network of lands that protects our region’s water, wildlife habitat, forests, and farmland.
Environmental Education and Natural Resource Conservation
Conserving open space across the greater Capital Region of New Hampshire.
Dedicated to protecting natural land areas in Francestown and nearby environs.
People joining together to protect their mountain park and our region’s clean waters, open spaces, and rural character.
Protecting Natural Resources in the Ossipee Watershed Since 1997.
Dedicated to promoting understanding and respect for our natural environment.
Protecting more than 20,000 acres of shore frontage, islands, forests, and mountaintops.
Serving the communities surrounding the Mahoosuc Mountains in Central Oxford County, Maine , and Eastern Coos County, New Hampshire.
A land trust for southwestern New Hampshire.
Protecting the Granite State.
Protecting New Hampshire’s natural environment for wildlife and for people.
Dedicated to protecting New Hampshire lakes and their watersheds through education and advocacy.
Rivers Make New Hampshire!
Provides NH residents with an effective resource to help you through the process of incorporating renewable energy and sustainable technologies into your lives.
Conserving land. Connecting people with nature.
Stewards of more than 5,000 acres of conserved land in our 12-community region.
Ocean education is what we do
Promoting conservation of New Hampshire’s natural environment.
Preserving New Hampshire’s Quality of Life
Conserving the significant land and natural resources of southeastern New Hampshire.
Working for Squam Watershed Wellness
Dedicated to the protection of the natural environment in the Squam Lakes Region of central New Hampshire.
Preserving land for community benefit.
Helping people conserve land.
Seeks to reduce the impact of humans on the planet through public outreach and political action.