5th Annual Environmental Policy Breakfast – January 17

11 Jan

This breakfast event is FREE and open to the public.

Northern Pass, will obviously be a topic, so it would be great for your folks to come down.

Please join Conservation NH on January 17th at the Grappone Center in Concord for our 5th Annual Environmental Policy Breakfast – a news-making, thought-provoking morning and the greenest political event of the year! Free and open to the public! Doors open at 7:30 am. Register now at:

Join a diverse group of Granite Staters – public officials, advocates, business leaders, and the general public – and discuss the environmental priorities state lawmakers will be facing in the upcoming session. What can we agree on? What issues continue to divide us? How can we find common ground?

Our dual theme reflects the hot-button issues for the coming year, and beyond: charting our energy future and safeguarding our natural resources for future generations.

One way or another, the legislative session and upcoming elections will impact our New Hampshire Advantage – why we work, live and play in the Granite State.

As always, this event is free and open to the public and made possible by the generous support of our environmental partners, businesses, and individuals. The Grappone Center’s Chef Trish will once again prepare a breakfast menu with local ingredients that couldn’t be tastier, including:

Maple ham, bacon and eggs from Canterbury
Hand-cut oatmeal and fresh roasted coffee from Gilmanton
Fruit smoothies, juices and delicious homemade breads.

Big ticket Raffle – Win a kayak and paddle (Other fun prizes, too!) for only $5 per ticket or 3/$10.


7:30 Coffee is hot and Breakfast — 8:00 Green Eggs ‘n NH Program — 9:30 Adjourn

Welcoming Remarks
Senator Jeb Bradley (R-SD 3)
Senator Sylvia Larsen (D-SD15)

Priority Issues:

NH’s Clean Energy Economy Charlie Niebling – General Manager, New England Wood Pellet

NH’s Natural Infrastructure John Harrigan – Woods, Water & Wildlife columnist, NH Union Leader


“The Business of the Environment: Protecting New Hampshire’s Natural & Economic Advantage” Peter Stein — Lyme Timber

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