Thanks to all you who called, emailed and supported SB 129! Because of everyone's hard work NH will continue to support low-emission, locally generated, renewable energy and the future of our biomass plants! As some of you have heard, on Tuesday July 11th at 12:01 AM Senate …View This Post about SB 129 Passed!
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Discover the benefits of using manufactured topsoil through a first-hand account. The Wilsons of Alstead, New Hampshire restored their farm fields after severe flood damage thanks to the use of manufactured topsoil.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED TODAY! WOOD ASH FROM BIOMASS PLANTS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR FARM FIELDS IF THE GOVERNOR VETOS THIS BILL Please call or fax the Governor’s office right away. Leave him a message that you support Senate Bill 129 and ask the Governor to not veto …View This Post about Wood Ash May Go Away Please Call Governor Sununu Today!
Pleasant Valley Farm is a labor of love for Robert Elwell. A subsistence farmer, Robert sells eggs from his free-range chickens but primarily farms for his family and community. He grows hay which one neighbor cuts to feed his seven beef cattle every winter. Robert also invites …View This Post about Robert Elwell, Pleasant Valley Farm, Lancaster, NH
Do you know where your water comes from and where it goes when it leaves your house? Well New Hampshire Public Television partnered with Manchester Water Water Works, Manchester Wastewater Treatment Plant, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and many other …View This Post about Water Works