Forest Society News & Features

A flyer delivered to several towns in the state from representatives of the Northern Pass project has some residents wondering if the project has jumped ahead of any state permitting processes.

David McHale, executive vice president and chief administrative officer for Eversource, said the company understands the concern people have about the impact of the Northern Pass project.

An estimated 400 people packed into a local school gymnasium on Thursday, eager to learn more about a controversial natural gas pipeline that could travel through the community. 

Pipeline developer Kinder Morgan will not take any New Hampshire homes through eminent domain, company officials told lawmakers in Concord yesterday.

The board of selectmen officially voiced its opposition to the proposed natural gas pipeline this week, maintaining the existing route would disturb the town’s rural character and quality of life.

As the draft Environmental Impact Statement for Northern Pass nears release, recent entries at ISO-New England, overseer of the region's electric power system, indicate Northern Pass is floating an alternative in the form of a smaller transmission line.

Over the past several years, the flightless insects, called scales, have bored deep into the bark of red pines throughout the region, ravaging the ramrod trees from New York to Maine.

A Concord city council subcommitee has gathered to study how the proposed hydropower line would affect Concord; March 23 was its first meeting.

As Kinder Morgan moves ahead with the approval process, releasing more detailed maps of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would run through Southern New Hampshire, they are also poised to attend meetings in several local townships to speak directly to citizens next week in meetings scheduled i