ACT has opposed the Northern Pass transmission line project since the very beginning, with our original and continuing position being that the project should not be built, period. On March 10, Rebecca Brown and Doug Evelyn testified to the NH Site Evaluation Committee, which will decide whether the project gets a state permit for construction.
The Profile Community Trail will allow kids to ride a bike, walk, or cross-country ski to school, encouraging overall wellness and allowing for opportunities of experiential learning.
It will also be the centerpiece of an exciting effort promoting Franconia and surrounding areas as a family-friendly mountain biking destination.
Get more info and stay up to date on the trail by clicking here or on the image to the left.
The 840-acre Cooley-Jericho Community Forest (CJCF) is owned and managed by ACT. A forest for all, the purpose of the Community Forest is to provide multi-recreational trail uses, wildlife habitat, and encourage people to have fun outside and learn about nature. Download driving directions and trail map here!
Local food. Local farms. Farming forever. ACT began this initiative to help strengthen the local economy, and provide the community with nutritious food options. Thanks to community support several historic dairy farms have been forever conserved.