Grant Orientation Workshops
Historic Resources Webinar Workshop (Held April 29) - Now available on-demand
Click here to register and view this webinar on-demand. (Note: We've had some difficulties with the on-demand registration process so you may have to enter your registration info twice before you're given access to the webinar. We apologize for the inconvenience.)
The slide show from the April 29, 2021 Historic Resource Grant Workshop can be downloaded here. Once downloaded additional text can be viewed by opening Comments or clicking on the Comment icon on each slide.
Natural Resources Webinar Workshop (Held May 5)
Click here to view a video of the LCHIP Natural Resource segment this State Conservation Funding Programs Webinar.
Full program featured six NH programs offering grants for natural resource conservation projects and provided an overview of their funding priorities, eligibility requirements, funding available, and application process and timeline.
Presenters included the following: Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP), Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund (DWG TF); State Conservation Committee Conservation Grant Program, (“Moose Plates” or SCC), Forest Legacy Program (FLP) -a partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and NH’s Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR), Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), a Partnership with the National Park Service and DNCR and the Natural Resource Conservation Services’ Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP).
Presenter's Contact Information
ACEP Ian Rodgers Ian.Rodgers@usda.gov 603-868-9931
DWGTF Sandy Crystall Sandra.J.Crystall@des.nh.gov 603-271-2862
FLP Susan Francher Susan.Francher@dncr.nh.gov 603-271-4159
LCHIP Paula Bellemore Pbellemore@lchip.org 603-325-2253
LWCF Eric Feldbaum firstname.lastname@example.org 603-271-3556
SCC Dea Brickner-Wood NH-Conservation-Committee@nh.gov 603-868-6112
For questions about a potential natural resource project proposal, contact Paula Bellemore, Natural Resource Specialist at email@example.com
For questions about a potential historic resource project proposal, contact George Born, Historic Resource Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org