Green Organizations to Support

Want to give your time or money to support environmental organizations working hard here in the Granite State? Here is a list of groups with headquarters or offices in New Hampshire.

 

Don't see your favorite New Hampshire environmental organization here? Let us know!

 
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NH Sierra Club

The New Hampshire Chapter of the Sierra Club

New Hampshire Sierra Club is a non-profit member-supported, public interest organization that promotes conservation of New Hampshire's natural environment by influencing public policy decisions—legislative, administrative, legal, and electoral.

Add your name to one of their local or a national petitions.

Environment New Hampshire

Environment New Hampshire

With Environment New Hampshire, you protect the places that ll of us love and promote core environmental values, such as clean air to breathe, clean water to drink, and clean energy topower our lives. Environment New Hampshire focuses on timely, targeted action that wins tangible improvements in the quality of our environment and our lives. Keep informed and take action at EnvironmentNewHampshire.org

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NH Land Trust Coalition

The New Hampshire Land Trust Coalition

NHLTC advances land conservation in New Hampshire through professional development, policy advocacy, and education. We work to strengthen the voice of land trusts in the legislature and public agencies on issues of direct interest to land conservation.

Learn how you can help conserve New Hampshire's natural beauty at nhltc.org

Clean Energy New Hampshire

Clean Energy New Hampshire

We're dedicated to supporting policies and programs that strengthen our state's economy, protect public health, and conserve natural resources.

Be part of the solution at cleanenergynh.org

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The Nature Conservancy NH

The Nature Conservancy, New Hampshire

The mission of The Nature Conservancy is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. Together with partners, local landowners, and the support of members like you, we have helped to protect nearly 300,000 acres and 680 miles of rivers and streams in the Granite State.

 

Stand up for Nature at nature.org.

New Hampshrie Audubon

New Hampshire Audubon

 

Come with us and explore New Hampshire's wild places, connect with nature, and help us protect the places we love for today and tomorrow. NH's Audubon's programs protect species like Bald Eagles and Peregrine Falcons, educate youth and adults about conservation, manage 7,500 acres of sanctuary habitat, lead hikes, and go birding.

Become a member at nhaudubon.org/join

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Society for the Protection of NH Forests

Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests

 

Founded by a handful of concerned citizens in 1901, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire's Forests is one of the country's most effective statewide land conservation organization and focuses on land conservation, education and events, advocacy, forestry, and recreation.

Help protect New Hampshire's forests at forestsociety.org

The Northeast Organic Farming Association

The Northeast Organic Farming Association

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization dedicated to building a community of organic food activists and educated consumers to help support New Hampshire's local organic farming community.

 

Support local farmers and become one yourself at nofanh.org

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NH Association of Conservation Commissions

New Hampshire Association of Conservation Commissions

The NH Association of Conservation Comm

 

issions is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy to town and city conservation commissions, so they can be successful in protecting natural resources.

Read about the many ways you can help at nhacc.org