- Associated Press - Friday, September 25, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - It’s the last day to apply for 2016 Conservation “Moose Plate” grants through the New Hampshire State Conservation Committee.

Eligible applicants include municipalities, county conservation districts, nonprofits involved in conservation programs, public and private schools, county cooperative extension natural resource programs, and scout groups.

Following Friday’s deadline, awards will be announced in December, and funding will be available in April 2016.

The conservation grant program is funded through the purchase of conservation license plates, known as “Moose Plates.” Funds raised through the purchase of conservation and heritage plates are used for the promotion, protection and investment in New Hampshire’s natural, cultural and historic resources.




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