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Since 2001, the NH Conservation License Plate (Moose Plate) program has contributed to the ongoing success of more than 150 projects around New Hampshire. Every county has benefited from the funds raised through the sale of Moose Plates.



 
  • Pondicherry Wildlife Refuge
  • Peregrine Falcon and Chick
  • Roadside Lupine in White Mountains
  • Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion State Historic Site
  • Laconia Library Window

History and Purpose

History

The idea of the NH Conservation License Plate (Moose Plate) program started with fourth grade students at the Holderness Central School in 1993.

In 1998, the New Hampshire General Court passed legislation creating the Moose Plate program to supplement existing state conservation and cultural heritage funding.

Purpose

The NH Conservation License Plate (Moose Plate) program supports the protection of critical resources in New Hampshire, including scenic lands, historic sites and artifacts, and plants and wildlife. Revenues from the sale of Moose Plates are distributed to designated state agencies for the purpose of:

  • Preserving and/or purchasing significant, publicly owned historic properties, works of art, artifacts and archaeological sites
  • Researching and managing non-game wildlife species, their habitat, native plant species, exemplary natural communities and educating the public about these species
  • Providing grants to counties, municipalities and non-profits for resource conservation projects
  • Expanding roadside wildflower and lilac plantings
  • Administering the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP)

Choose the Moose License Plate... and Wear it Proudly!

Photo Credit: Ned Therrien