Making Connections through Local History and Culture

November 4th, 2015 by Melissa

It was by no accident that Scott and Ty used our second session day of the Leadership Central NH to introduce us to some of the rich local history and cultural opportunities and values of the area that make this a vibrant and compelling place to live and are important contributors to our economy.

A gorgeous New England October day set the stage as we began our day at the Museum of the White Mountains located on Highland Street in Plymouth. The excitement for the communal experience afforded by the leadership academy and the anticipation for what lay ahead of us today and throughout the next several months was evident in the energy and conversations among the members of our group.

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N.H. aims to make Canadian tourists feel more welcome

October 15th, 2015 by Melissa

CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s highway signs have long included the French word for welcome. Now, a program that started as a class project is helping businesses back up that blink-and-you’ll-miss-it message.

‘‘Bienvenue New Hampshire’’ offers marketing support, translation services, workshops, and training videos to help the state’s tourism industry better connect with French-speaking visitors from Canada. Started as a class project at Plymouth State University three years ago, it recently was awarded $55,000 in grant funding from the Northern Border Regional Commission, a federal-state partnership aimed at boosting economic development in northern New England.

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Working to Strengthen the North Country’s Agricultural Economy

January 15th, 2015 by Hyung Park

PSU Students Team Up in Haverhill

August 21st, 2014 by mcote9

Over the course Spring  2014 ES&P seniors helped the town of Haverhill advance their desire to improve recreational opportunity. Student reviewed the town’s master plan and meet with the town administrator to identify an existing need that could be addressed with the student’s skills and resources. The students then created aand designed informative signage for a local conservation area, Kinder Forest. Both efforts aimed to cultivate stewardship and increase awareness and enjoyment of the rich natural resources of the region. View the full Haverhill Brochure here!

White Mountain Arts Experience

August 21st, 2014 by mcote9

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CRP in the News!

June 10th, 2014 by mcote9

“Meat Production, Processing and Market Demand in New Hampshire,” a research project facilitated by CRP,  exploring whether New Hampshire residents raising livestock would be well served by a state certified meat processing plant, has gained national attention in recent weeks. The research team is lead by Rachelle Lyons and includes two student researchers, Jessica Wilhem and Taylor Dillingham.  The article has been picked up by the associated press and newspapers nation wide! Here is a link to the article published in The Republic, of Columbus Indiana!–Local-Meat


CRP is excited to partner with the NH Chapter of the National Writing Project!

May 27th, 2014 by mcote9


Annual Report 2014- Now Available!

April 23rd, 2014 by mcote9

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Occasional Visitor Series May 6th! Mayflowers: A True Story

April 17th, 2014 by mcote9

“Why do we Live, Work and Play in Plymouth?”

March 31st, 2014 by mcote9

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Making Connections through Local History and Culture

N.H. aims to make Canadian tourists feel more welcome

Working to Strengthen the North Country’s Agricultural Economy