When David Falkenham heard the state’s forester license is on the chopping block as part of budget talks in Concord, two words came to mind: “complete disaster.”
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New Hampshire May Explore Offshore Wind Workforce Training Center
The anticipated development of wind power off New Hampshire’s coastline will require a workforce likely numbering in the thousands.
March 2 Marks the Third Anniversary of COVID in NH. For Hospitals, the Challenge Continues. | Opinion
March 2 marks the third anniversary of the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Hampshire. It was on that day that the first case of COVID-19 in New Hampshire was diagnosed.
State Lawmakers Debate Privacy Protections for Consumers in an Era of Data Breaches
In the fall of 2021, T-Mobile contacted 116,079 Granite Staters to deliver bad news: Their personal information – including their name, date of birth, Social Security number, and driver’s license information – had been the subject of a data breach.
For the Sake of Working Families, New Hampshire Must Make Child Care Investments | Opinion
Ask almost any parent in New Hampshire with young children, and they will tell you their “child care story” – their struggles with long waitlists, no availability, or rising costs.
Wanted: Mount Major Volunteers for Summer Hiking Season
The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests is recruiting new volunteers for the upcoming summer hiking season at Mount Major.
Default Electric Service Rate ‘Death Spiral’: Will NH Utilities Change How They Procure Energy?
That’s what the Hillsborough resident told state lawmakers last week as she testified in support of a bill that would change the default electric service rate paid by residents and businesses.
Forests Are Much More Than Carbon Banks | Opinion
New Hampshire is blessed with forests. More than 80 percent of our landscape is covered with forest – some young, some middle aged, and a small amount very old.
NH Fish and Game Urges People To Assess Ice Safety Before Venturing Out
Because of this winter’s unpredictable and fluctuating temperatures, New Hampshire Fish and Game officials are urging people to exercise caution when near ice.
My Art Uses Plastic Recovered From Beaches Around the World To Understand How Our Consumer Society Is Transforming the Ocean | Opinion
I am obsessed with plastic objects. I harvest them from the ocean for the stories they hold and to mitigate their ability to harm. Each object has the potential to be a message from the sea – a poem, a cipher, a metaphor, a warning.