We are proud to call New Hampshire our home and fortunate to do business where waters are clean, forests vibrant and communities strong. But New Hampshire is not immune to threats that jeopardize these natural and community resources. The Nature Conservancy's mission is to protect ecologically significant forest, freshwater and marine habitats that sustain people and wildlife. We have helped conserve over 275,000 acres of land in New Hampshire and manage 28 preserves that are open for hiking, fishing, boating and enjoying nature.
The Business Partners for Conservation (BPC-NH) is The Nature Conservancy's corporate giving organization in the state of New Hampshire. BPC-NH gives businesses a way to play a vital role in protecting our natural heritage.
Our business partners support our work to conserve vital ecosystems like the North Woods, the Connecticut River watershed area and the Great Bay estuary. These natural area provide us with clean air and water and places of beauty and recreation. More than 7,300 members and friends support our conservation work in New Hampshire. Your contribution is recognized in our newsletter, website and in local newspapers and other media. We hope you will join as a business partner and help us preserve New Hampshire's healthy quality of life today and into the future.
See who's a member of BPC-NH and learn about our partnership with The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel. There are many ways to support our work and promote your business.
Facts and Figures
The Nature Conservancy has been actively protecting forests, lakes, rivers and marine areas in New Hampshire since 1987. We have helped conserve more than 275,000 acres of land from spruce-fir forests in the north to the salt marshes and estuaries at our Seacoast. Our conservation science projects include restoring the natural flow of streams and rivers in the Connecticut River watershed and the recovery of oysters in the Great Bay estuary.
More than 7,300 members support our conservation work in New Hampshire. Your support is recognized in our newsletter, website and in local newspapers and other media. Download our detailed brochure (2.4MB), which includes why to join, how to join and the membership benefits of becoming a Business Partner for Conservation.October 26, 2010