• Wentworth-Gardner House - Portsmouth
  • Johnson Farm - Monroe
  • Jackson House - Portsmouth
  • Fitch Farm - Cornish
  • First Parish Church - Derry
  • First Connecticut Lake from Magalloway
  • Colonial Theatre - Bethlehem
  • Westwood Park - Nashua
  • Pillsbury Free Library - Warner
  • Tri-Town Tree Farm - Londonderry
  • Old Town Hall 2nd Floor - Middleton
  • Carter Hill Orchard - Concord
  • Robert Frost Home - Franconia
  • NH Farmland Conservation Initiative - Haverhill
  • Schoolhouse - Danbury
  • Shattuck Pond - Francestown
  • Wingate Farm - Winchester


Since 2000, LCHIP has awarded $54 million and protected:

  • 324 Historic Structures Preserved or Revitalized 
  • Over 298,000 Total Acres Preserved

In this time, LCHIP has made 530 individual grants that positively impacted 179 New Hampshire communities.

Congratulations to all 2021 Grant Award Recipients!

Press Release is available here.

List of 2021 Grant Recipients is available here.

LCHIP Announces New Executive Director

Press Release is available here.

Monitoring Reports for previous grant recipients are due December 31.

Report forms can be found here.

LCHIP Executive Director Dijit Taylor to Retire in December

 Press release available here. 


Historic Preservation

We protect and preserve buildings, structures, districts and sites, which reflect elements of local, state or national history.

Land Conservation

We protect high-quality lands - irreplaceable physical resources of our natural environment - from development.

Cultural Resources

We protect the irreplaceable resources and the vitality, quality of life, and sense of place in our communities.


The Lakes Region and North Country

The Monadnock Region           

Merrimack Valley and Upper Valley

Portsmouth and the Seacoast