Fish and Game Commission Debates Future of Pheasant Hunting

Meeting at the Owl Brook Hunter Education Center, the commission learned that the cost of buying farm-raised pheasants is up, those hunter numbers are down and the state is also losing willing private property owners to host the stocking sites.

NH Network Citizen’s Virtual Summit Saturday

   At our Summit this Saturday, June 18, 2022, there will be speakers on climate and business, health, solid waste, plastics, policies from the State House, and the response of faith-based groups… plus opportunities for break-out groups.

Activists Take DES To Task On Toxic Chemicals

Working on Waste, a grassroots group that helped to kill a proposed expansion of the Wheelabrator trash incinerator in Claremont, has taken the state Department of Environmental Services to task for not adequately addressing the dangers of “forever chemicals” and other toxic substances.

State To Study Moose Numbers Using Drones

The state’s moose population will be observed by drones and 140 cameras in the woods in the next few years to help determine their population numbers and better understand their health, which is being stressed by climate.