May 10, 2015 10:06 AM
State seeks photos for historic preservation plan
The Associated Press
CONCORD — New Hampshire residents have a new way to help create the next statewide preservation plan.
The Division of Historical Resources publishes a plan every five years to celebrate preservation success stories and provide a vision for saving the state's historic places.
For the 2016-2020 plan, officials are again seeking public input through an online questionnaire and listening sessions, but they also are encouraging residents to submit photos.
The "My New Hampshire" photo sharing campaign asks residents to share pictures of their favorite historic places in the state, including buildings, neighborhoods, downtowns and landscapes. Participants must hold the copyright to the photos or verify that they are in the public domain.
Submissions will be mapped for public view, and the best will illustrate the plan when it is published this fall.