• 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

PROTECTING NEW HAMPSHIRE'S NATURAL, HISTORIC, AND CULTURAL RESOURCES

Since 2000, LCHIP has awarded $37 million and protected:

  • 218 Historic Structures Preserved or Revitalized 
  • Over 283,000 Total Acres Preserved

In this time, LCHIP has made 376 individual grants that positively impacted 150 New Hampshire communities.

Important Updates

LCHIP's Office:  For the health and well-being of our staff and greater community, the office will be closed until May 4.  Staff members are working remotely and can be reached via email.

Grant Round 19 (2020)

Workshops have been cancelled, but we are moving foward with our originally published schedule. 

Intent to Apply forms and instructions are available for download.  Use the links below: 

Natural Resouce Intent to Apply          Historic Resource intent to Apply

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.

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