New Hampshire Housing’s Spring Multi-family Conference has quickly become a "not to be missed" yearly gathering of the state’s affordable multi family housing development community. Join us on May 12 in Portsmouth to learn about innovative design models for multi family housing covering a diverse array of topics, including creation of more livable spaces, accessibility, micro apartments and new approaches to adaptive reuse. The morning will also provide for a timely discussion of encouraging small scale residential development in the existing housing stock and infill sites.
May 3rd from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Porter Community Room, Montshire Museum, Norwich, VT The Upper Valley Roundtable is an annual gathering of dozens of local energy volunteers from across the Upper Valley. If you've attended the Roundtable in years past, you know this event is part family reunion, part support group, and part learning session. Come ready to be refreshed and inspired!
March 17 & 18, 8am to 4pm Concord; May 19 & 20, 8am to 4pm Highland Center, Crawford Notch. This two day workshop will help you develop skills and strategies to more effectively and efficiently facilitate work groups, community groups, coalitions, and collaborations. Through this training, participants will learn to:
3S Artspace in Portsmouth will host Portsmouth Smart Growth for the 21st Century (PS21) on Thursday January 28 in what begins a two day information and workshop session on affordable housing. The presentation on Thursday will be led by author Jennifer Hurley ('A Smart Growth Guide to Creating Affordable Housing.') This event will be followed by an interactive workshop on Friday at the Portsmouth Public Library beginning at noon. Visit http://ps21.org for more information.
January 20, 2016 from noon - 1p.m. You can't manage what you don't measure! The first step to a community energy efficiency plan is benchmarking current energy use. Sign up for this webinar for an update on ENERGY STAR's free benchmarking software, Portfolio Manager, now easier to use and more fun than ever! Charlie Forcey of the Durham Energy Committee will demonstrate how to down load data from you energy utility company and load it into Portfolio Manager.
November 19, 2016 -- Organizers have decided to move the 2016 conference to the fall to try out a new time of year that will allow for better municipal and business planning. Don't worry, you'll still be able to get your local energy fix this spring!