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"Moose Plate" Program
New Hampshire’s Conservation and Heritage Number Plate program – best known as the "Moose Plate" program – supports a wide variety of conservation, heritage and preservation programs statewide.
Every dollar raised through the sales of Moose Plates goes directly to designated programs, so you know that your plate helps support programs you care about! Explore this site to learn more about how Moose Plate funds are "Conserving the Best of New Hampshire."
BCC Purchased Currier-Sanborn Conservation Area
The Belmont Conservation Commission (BCC) recently announced its purchase of the Currier-Sanborn Conservation Area, a significant parcel of conservation land between Silver Lake, the Winnipesaukee River, and Northfield. As are all of the BCC managed properties, it is open to passive recreation, hunting, and fishing.
The BCC received a $7,500 NH Moose Plate Grant to offset the administrative costs of the conservation easement. The NH Conservation License Plate (Moose Plate) Program supports the protection of critical resources in New Hampshire, including scenic lands, historic sites and artifacts, plants and wildlife.
Camera Trappings in Coos Co.
The Nature Conservancy has completed a year-long camera trapping study that will help select the best possible opportunities to protect the last remaining undeveloped road-front areas that wildlife rely upon to approach and cross roads, and to improve crossing hot-spots to minimize animal-vehicle collisions and enhance landscape connections benefiting both people and wildlife.
California Brook Natural Area Conservation
The California Brook Natural Area lies within the largest remaining unfragmented forested block in southern NH. The conservation of this 688-acre area ensures the protection of over a mile of streams and 40 acres of wetlands, a significant wildlife habitat.
Pollinator Habitat Initiative Project
To counter the decline of pollinator habitat, 20 pollinator habitat sites were installed to demonstrate innovative approaches to converting sites, landowner workshops were held, and pollinator habitats on Cheshire County farms were inventoried to better understand the impacts of native pollinators.
P. Lund Property Conservation in Cheshire County
The P. Lund property includes highly productive, prime agricultural soils and nearly a quarter mile shoreline along the Cold River. The family-run farm supports valuable crop land and a successful local farm stand. The conservation action will ensure continued public access to the Cold River for swimming, fishing and paddling.
Platt Farm Conservation in Antrim
The Platt Farm property includes highly productive, prime agricultural soils and over a half a mile of shoreline along the Contoocook River. The permanent protection will provide viability and sustainability for a historic family farm business, and ensure continued public access for non-motorized recreation.
At a Glance
“P” for “Preservation” Joins “C” and “H” on NH Moose Plates
We’ve always been honored by the love Granite Staters have shown for the Moose Plate program – so much love, in fact, we had to add another letter. New Moose Plate owners will see a “P” for “Preservation” added to “C” for “Conservation” and “H” for “Heritage.”
Thanks for helping us raise up to $20 million for the promotion, protection and investment in New Hampshire’s natural, cultural and historic resources!