New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services - " Making Your Business Greener" -- A new workbook that provides some basic guidance to businesses, and especially small businesses, that want to make their facility and operations environmentally “greener.”
City of Concord's Recycling and Solid Waste Information -- General information about Concord's recycling and solid waste services, with links to more specific information.
New Hampshire Audubon, a nonprofit statewide membership organization, is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and habitat throughout the state. The McLane Center at Silk Farm in Concord is NH Audubon's longest established center which offers year-round environmental education programs and features exhibits, live animals, hiking trails, and a wonderful Nature Store with bird feeders, optics, bird seed, books, clothing, jewelry, gifts, and much more.
Five Rivers Conservation Trust is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting open space across the heartland of central New Hampshire. Working closely with a growing number of property owners who care deeply about preserving their land, Five Rivers has been pleased to experience a tremendous surge of activity in recent years.
Environment New Hampshire is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization. Our professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for New Hampshire's environment. Environment New Hampshire draws on 30 years of success in tackling our state's top environmental problems.
The Green Alliance, a union of green businesses on the Seacoast, raising the profile of local sustainable businesses through collaboration, consumer education, and shared business strategies.
Business New Hampshire Magazine, March 2009. Green Businesses Find Strength in Numbers.
An article about how environmentally aware alliances in New Hampshire are helping give green businesses more credibility. The article features Green Concord founding member Debby deMoulpied of Real Green Goods.
New Hampshire Magazine, February 2009. Embellishment > A Touch of Green.
An article about green home décor, featuring many items available Green Concord members Your Home, Your World and Real Green Goods.
New Hampshire Magazine, February 2008. Bamboo Flooring: Nature's Favorite Floor.
An article about the use of bamboo an alternative to hardwood flooring and why it has begun to emerge as a stylish, but green trend for the home.
The Hippo Press. Green Decorating - Give your House an EcoFriendly Makeover.
An article about ways to decorate your home with eco-friendly materials that are also wallet-friendly or will prove longer-lasting than cheaper non-green alternatives.
“I Do’s Go Green" by Paula Harris, General Manager, Concord Cooperative Market.
A green wedding can be planned for any budget, and it’s a great way to express a lifelong commitment to marriage and the environment at the same time.