Conservation Roundtable, Part II: Wildlife and Water: Land Use Planning and Conservation, 12/3/2009

December 3, 2009; 7-9 pm

Bear-Paw Office; Deerfield, NH

Thoughtful planning of the location, density, and design of development within the Bear-Paw region can minimize harmful impacts while allowing for a reasonable level of growth – and complement regional land protection efforts. Cynthia Copeland, Executive Director of the Strafford Regional Planning Commission, and Rachel Kelly, a Planner with the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission, will discuss land use planning tools available to NH communities for wildlife and water protection and how they can be implemented.

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