Mindful Monday @ the Stone Church, Newmarket NH - Panelists from eleven organizations explored water quality issues in the Seacoast area. Michelle Sanborn - NH Community Organizer for Community Environment Legal Defense Fund sharing 1) how CELDF has assisted NH communities in asserting their rights to stop harmful projects and 2) why the grassroots effort of the NH Community Rights Network seeks to amend the NH Constitution to recognize, secure, and protect Community Rights throughout the state.
NHCRN at the NP Rally - educating Northern Pass residents about local governing authority to decide what happens where they live.
I Voted? Screening in Keene, NH - How do you know your vote counts? The answer is both surprising and disturbing. Filmmaker Jason Grant Smith provides an in-depth examination of American election integrity. While democracy does not begin with elections, it can end when we fail to defend them.
Great Bay: An Estuary in Peril - Premiere! Many residents in the estuary's 52 town wide watershed are unaware of the challenges facing Great Bay. The bay needs a voice and an informed community is one that plays an active role in protecting its resources, health and survival. Michelle Sanborn of the NH Community Rights Network (NHCRN) and Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) is one of the panelists, invited to discuss a "CALL TO ACTION" to protect the health, safety and welfare of both human and natural communities in the face of the Seacoast Reliability Project threatening the region.
NHCRN Supported SB 109 - Authorizing Town Moderators to verify the accuracy of machine-counted votes. With a voice vote, the NH Senate did not support the measure. We appreciate those Senators that supported our voting rights.
Joined with Rights & Democracy NH for a People's Agenda Rally