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Override Veto Day, September 18 at the New Hampshire State House

Earlier this summer, Governor Sununu vetoed SB 72 which would have supported clean energy in New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Constitution gives the Governor the power to veto a bill, but on Override Veto Day, the Legislature can override those bills. This year, Override Veto Day is planned for September 18 at the New Hampshire […]

NH Permaculture Day at Canterbury Shaker Village August 17

The 7th annual New Hampshire Permaculture Day takes place at Canterbury Shaker Village on Saturday, August 17, 2019, from 9 am to 5 pm.

What is permaculture? The term references both permanence and agriculture. It is a growing field of research and practice dedicated to living sustainably guided by the ethics of earth care, people […]

Celebrate NH Eat Local Month with Vital Communities

This August, Vital Communities joins more than 70 partners throughout the state to highlight NH Eat Local Month—a month-long celebration of local food and New Hampshire farmers and food producers. Find Upper Valley farms, farmers’ markets, and foods using Vital Communities’ Food & Farm Online Guide at, and join the celebration!

“New Hampshire residents […]

Hanover Municipal Building Solar Project, and Much, Much More

Solar array on the roof of Hanover’s municipal building. Photo courtesy of ReVision Energy.

George Harvey

The citizens of Hanover, New Hampshire, voted in their town meeting of May 9, 2017 to join the “Ready for 100 Action” campaign, to make the town 100% renewably powered, including transportation, by 2050, […]

Energy Equity and Cooperative Solar in New Hampshire

Left to right: Christa Shute, Vermont Law School (VLS) Energy Justice Fellow; David Riley, VLS Energy Clinician, Charlotte Cohn, VLS Energy Clinician. Image: Christa Shute.

Henry Herndon

New Hampshire is making strides in bringing equity to the energy transition. Thanks to forward- thinking legislation enacted in 2017, the New Hampshire Renewable Energy Fund supported […]

Monadnock Food Co-op Celebrates NH Eat Local Month

This August, Monadnock Food Co-op will join over 100 partners throughout the state to highlight New Hampshire Eat Local Month — a month-long celebration of local food and New Hampshire farmers and food producers. Increased interest in local food benefits us all by positively affecting the health of the economy, communities, and environment.

“New […]

Clean Energy NH Statement on Vetoes of SB72 & SB275

Latest Clean Energy Denies Rights of Clean Energy System Owners

Favors Corporate Interests

Once again, Governor Sununu has delivered a paradox; where his previous veto of the widely bi-partisan HB365 vowed he supported clean energy, his most recent veto of SB72 says otherwise.

SB72 would have corrected a statutory […]

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Summer Splash Gala

Annual evening of festivities supports environmental education

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center will celebrate environmental education and the hidden stories of nature at the annual Summer Splash Gala on Sunday, July 21. Guests will enjoy a variety of entertaining events including a live and silent auction, dinner, and dancing to the band, Brandy.

The […]

NH Gives – Happening NOW Until 6 PM on June 12th

NH Gives is an initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits and is designed to bring the state together as one community, raising as much money and awareness as possible for New Hampshire’s nonprofits within a 24-hour, flash-mob of giving. Visit and type in the organization’s name in the search bar.

NH Gives awards […]

New Hampshire: HB365 Veto from Clean Energy NH

Governor Sununu Ignores Needs of New Hampshire

Vetoes crucial bill to foster renewable energy projects & lower costs

Governor Sununu dealt a serious blow to N.H. businesses, municipalities, and the residents they serve by vetoing a bill that would have lowered energy costs for all ratepayers. House Bill 365, […]