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Sign Up for October 16th Zoom Session Communities and Consequences II: Rebalancing New Hampshire’s Human Ecology Authors of New Book Offer Free Virtual Session on Strategies for Vibrant Places

Connect with compelling case studies of how people in New Hampshire communities are making decisions that have consequences, some good, some not. Lorraine Stuart Merrill and Peter Francese, author of the recently-released Communities and Consequences II: Rebalancing New Hampshire’s Human Ecology, will share examples of how people are working together to create vibrant and welcoming places for people of all ages and backgrounds, and ensure a thriving future for their communities and the state.  Planner Steve Whitman will join the authors in a conversation that showcases practical and effective historic preservation and land use processes and feels especially timely with the current public health crisis and economic uncertainty. The N.H. Preservation Alliance and Plan New Hampshire are presenting the program.

Register by sending an email to projects@nhpreservation.org.

6_54cdc304-6c99-4546-8e75-e9b7ac2e9ea5_1024x1024Merrill is a writer and farmer. She’s the former commissioner of agriculture, markets and food and a Preservation Alliance board member. Demographer Francese is an American speaker and writer on the subject of populations and consumer trends. Whitman is a professional planner and educator. His work is focused largely on community planning and sustainability issues.

The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is the statewide membership organization dedicated to preserving historic buildings, communities and landscapes through education and advocacy.  For more information, visit www.nhpreservation.org for “how to” information for community preservation projects and old house and barn repair and rehabilitation.