The Hillsborough County Conservation District holds an Annual meeting every year to showcase conservation work and efforts undertaken over the year. We have relied on numerous local partners over the years that have offered timely presentations on conservation topics of interest to the residents of Hillsborough County.

Looking back HCCD has been able to offer diverse programming from sharing the importance of land preservation, forest succession, Technology and Agriculture, Local Food, the Importance of Pollinators to Invasive Pests, Invasive Species Management, Climate Change and Drought Predictions, Incorporating Wildlife in Farmland, to the most recent topic looking at the History of NH Historic Barns. Thank you to our local partners UNH Cooperative Extension, NH Dept. of Environmental Services, UNH NH State Climate Office, American Farmland Trust, Rockingham County Conservation District, NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food, NH Division of Forest and Land, NH Beekeepers Association, Piscataquog Land Conservancy, NH Association of Conservation Commissions, Society for the Protection of NH Forests, UMass Extension, PBS-TV and NH Wildlife Federation for taking the time to share some great talks!

December 3 – Annual Meetings
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