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The Resource Clearinghouse for Rapidly Growing Communities



The Resource Clearinghouse for Rapidly Growing Communities was created for growing communities in New England needing a fast and simple way to access assistance, resources, and knowledge in order to
preserve New England community character, conserve open space and natural
resources, and to protect the environment and human health.
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Address:
202 Hewitt Hall, UNH
Durham , NH 03824
USA
Contact Person: Amy Seif
Phone: 603-862-4650
Fax: 603-862-4457
E-Mail: amy.seif@unh.edu
Website: http://clearinghouse.unh.edu
   


Detailed Information:
The Resource Clearinghouse for Rapidly Growing Communities is a project of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) Center for Integrative Regional Problem Solving and UNH Cooperative Extension, in collaboration with the Nashua Regional Planning Commission, the Rockingham Regional Planning Commission, Livable New Hampshire, The New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning, Concord 20/20, the UNH Library and other departments and programs of the University of New Hampshire

The central goal of the Resource Clearinghouse for Rapidly Growing Communities is to harness some of the best of what a University can offer - multi-disciplinary information and expertise, technical know-how in on-line communication, and a regional and unbiased perspective - for growing communities in New England needing a fast and simple way to access assistance, resources, and knowledge in order to preserve New England community character, conserve open space and natural resources, and to protect the environment and human health. The Resource Clearinghouse for Rapidly Growing Communities assists with minimizing sprawl and encouraging smart growth by providing community decision-makers and concerned citizens with quick, up-to-date information and a mechanism for sharing lessons learned.


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