In defense of LCHIP

Norton, William
March 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;3/11/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p32
The article focuses on the essentiality of the Land and Community and Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) to maintain the quality of life and economic vitality in New Hampshire. The program protects the most significant natural, cultural and historical resources of the state through partnerships of the public and private sectors. LCHIP offers endowments to offer annual funds to assure the review and monitoring of protections.


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