Granite State Future


The issues local leaders face are many, including public health, transportation, economic development, infrastructure, housing, land use, energy, cultural, historic, and natural resources, and more! We hope you will join us for this opportunity to talk with neighbors about the future of your community, region, and the state.

The Granite State Future Project is committed to engaging everyone to identify local assets, needs and ways to effectively use limited government resources. Regional community conversations are being designed and hosted by NH Listens and UNH Cooperative Extension.

Summary Report: Public Engagement for Granite State Future

(Final Report)

Regional Themes for Community Conversations

(Induvidual Community Reports)

Claremont, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, February 26th
The Common Man Restaurant

Dover, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, March 5th
Horne Street School

Plymouth, NH
Regional Themes

Thursday, March 14th
Senior Center

Keene, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, April 2nd
Keene Public Library

Manchester, NH
Regional Themes

Thursday, April 4th
Manchester Community College

Berlin, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, April 9th
921 Main Street

Pembroke, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, April 16th
Pembroke Academy

Nashua, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, April 30th
Senior Activity Center

Laconia, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, May 7th
Laconia Middle School

Kingston, NH
Regional Themes

Tuesday, May 14th
Sanborn Regional High School

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