Why was the LCH Register created?
Our purpose in developing it is to establish a baseline assessment of the land and historic resource preservation needed to maintain the unique sense of place and quality of life we enjoy as residents of the state, and on which the New Hampshire economy depends.
What is the Purpose of the LCH Register?
The register will be made public and will also be shared specifically with non-profit and private organizations, the New Hampshire legislature, the New Hampshire congressional delegation and state agencies. It will assist all parties in better understanding the pressures New Hampshire faces as the fastest growing state east of the Mississippi River by documenting the range of resources in need of protection at any point in time. The Register contains a listing of projects across the State seeking funding. The projects may or may not be eligible for funding from the LCHIP program.
Who is eligible to submit projects to the Register?
Communities, non-profit organizations and state agencies are invited to submit summaries of projects they wish to have included on the LCH Register, as well as updates on project proposals previously submitted.