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New Hampshire

For the Northern Pass proposed power corridor through 32 New Hampshire communities, Heritage Landscapes provided expert review of applicant historic resources capture, engaged with locals to identify their valued historic and scenic resources and provided a more comprehensive inventory of heritage resources, including cultural landscapes, by town. Using available New Hampshire GIS mapping, we constructed maps depicting varied heritage assets present but not considered in the project approach. Our work illuminated gaps in the proposed project approach.


Extensive views of New Hampshire mountains and valleys along the proposed power corridor would make the tall transmission towers highly visible. Photo Heritage Landscapes


Community workshops brought local voices to the identification of historic and scenic resources. Photo Heritage Landscapes


 Scenic View from The Rocks Estate, Bethlehem, NH. Photo Heritage Landscapes



Detail of GIS map for Deerfield, NH shows the dispersal of historic and scenic resources near the proposed corridor, shown with the red line. Map Heritage Landscapes






Symbol Key for town mapping depicts Heritage Landscapes inclusive approach to NH heritage assets. Map Key Heritage Landscapes