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  1. Sight Services for Independent Living for Blind and Visually Impaired Persons

    The NH Department of Education is offering Sight Services for Independent Living for Blind and Visually Impaired persons. Peer Group Support for the Greater Lebanon Area will be held Tuesday, October 5, from 1:00-2:30pm at the Upper Valley Senior Center. View event details.
  2. NH Bioblitz

    The NH Bioblitz is a statewide effort to document as many species as possible on town-owned lands during the entire month of September. Please join in - all you need is a camera and access to iNaturalist! Continue Reading...
  3. Public Comment Needed on NH Rte 4A Draft Corridor Plan

    The Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission (UVLSRPC) is accepting public comment on their draft NH Route 4A transportation corridor chapter, part of UVLSRPC's Regional Corridor Transportation Plan. Submit your feedback.
  4. Try it out! New Route 120 Bus Route Between Claremont-Lebanon Announced

    It's finally here - a new bus route between key destinations in Claremont and Lebanon. View complete details.
  1. Boston Lot Bog Bridge Construction Project

    On Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend, approximately 19 volunteers participated in a project to install bog bridges on the Lakeside Trail within Boston Lot. The bridges are designed to assist foot traffic during wet conditions. Thank you to our volunteers! Continue reading.
  2. Volunteers Clean Up Two Rivers Conservation Area!

    On Wednesday April 28th, approximately 20 volunteers from the local congregation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived at the Two Rivers Conservation Property and participated in a clean-up event. Continue reading.
  3. "Keys to the Valley" Website Launched

    The Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission is pleased to share resources and findings from Keys to the Valley, a multi-year initiative to study homes and housing needs in the greater Upper Valley region. Learn more about this new resource.
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