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Welcome to the N.H. Department of Natural & Cultural Resources
 

OUR MISSION is to protect, preserve, promote and manage the State’s natural, recreational and cultural resources to support New Hampshire’s high quality of life and strengthen the experiences of our residents and guests, through the work of five divisions:

NH State Parks logo NH Division of Forests and Lands logo NH State Library logo
NH Division of Historical Resources logo NH State Council on the Arts

NOTE: On July 1, 2018, the N.H. Film & Television Office was transferred to the Department of Business and Economic Affairs' Division of Travel & Tourism Development.

We are currently developing a new website for the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources. Until it is complete, please continue to check here for information, including press releases. If you would like information about one of our divisions, click on the icons above and you will be directed to those websites.

Thank you!


Department of Natural & Cultural Resources Employment Opportunities

Department of Natural & Cultural Resources Social Media Rules of Engagement

::N.H. Department of Natural & Cultural Resources' Latest News::

2018 Media Room

Partnership conserves nearly 24,000 acres of working forests in New Hampshire's North Country

New school year, new season for Poetry Out Loud

NH wildland fire engine, crew return from Mendocino Complex fire


Mount Sunapee State Park Information Session Announced

Meeting of the NH Commission of Native American Affairs, November 7, 2018


For today’s students, library cards continue to be part of an Incredible team


Community buildings in many forms added to NH State Register of Historic Places


NH State Parks launches shuttle service in Franconia State Park to address hiker parking

Well-known Moultonborough estate named to National Register of Historic Places


NH State Nursery announces Spring 2018 sales figures


NH’s ‘Moose’ license plate combinations sell out; new letter added


New NH Historical Highway Marker: Gerrish Depot

:: Conservation License Plate Program ::

Thanks Moose Plate

Help conserve New Hampshire's natural, historical and cultural heritage. Learn more about the "Moose Plate" program

 

Department of Resources and Economic Development (DRED) Annual Consolidated Reporting for Fiscal Year 2016 and Fiscal Year 2017

 

 

 
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