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Do you ever wonder about the sounds we hear every day, by choice or by circumstance? How does the sound of our daily environments affect our lives and minds? One man seeks the quietest place in the White Mountains and we explore the art of the soundscape. ”>>”
Fri, Jul 27, 2018
Source: NHPR
We look at the White Mountains as part of our regional series, Going Local . The White Mountains have some of the best hiking, ATV trails, skiing, and other outdoor sports opportunities in the country, and the region features plenty of attractions for families and adventurers alike. However, sustainable workforce ”>>”
Wed, Jul 25, 2018
Source: NHPR
Dennis Follensbee took a hike in the White Mountains about a month ago. He wanted to get away, to find some peace and quiet. Or, as he puts it, “nature sounds and not people sounds.” As he climbed out of the valley, the trickling of water from the brook below ”>>”
Mon, Jul 16, 2018
Source: NHPR
The Exchange will explore a different region of the state every Thursday starting July 12th: the Great North Woods, the White Mountains, the Lakes Region, Dartmouth/Sunapee, the Monadnock Region, the Merrimack Valley, and the Seacoast. We look at what makes each region distinct, the biggest issues facing that part of ”>>”
Mon, Jul 09, 2018
Source: NHPR
Victoria is 23 and working her way through college. Over Memorial Day weekend, she and her parents piled into the car and drove from New York for a vacation in the North of New Hampshire. Hanging out at the hotel, taking a ride on the Cog Railway, that kind of ”>>”
Fri, Jul 06, 2018
Source: NHPR
New Hampshire officials say visitor safety is a concern at Franconia Notch State Park as more people park illegally along the shoulder of Interstate 93. Officials say in particular, visitors have been parking outside of the designated parking lots at the Falling Waters/Old Bridle Path Trailheads and Lafayette Place at ”>>”
Tue, Jul 03, 2018
Source: NHPR
A long-running debate is heating up on top of New Hampshire's highest peak. It's attracting more visitors every year, but some fear its delicate ecosystems are at risk from proposed development and overuse. Scroll to the bottom of this story to see a timeline of the history of development on ”>>”
Fri, Jun 29, 2018
Source: NHPR
Just off busy Main street in Conway Village, George Wiese gives a tour of the inside what's known as the Bolduc Block in the center of town. Constructed in 1931 by local businessman Leon Bolduc, this batch of brick buildings has housed a department and grocery store, the post office ”>>”
Thu, Jun 28, 2018
Source: NHPR
Amusement parks like Story Land in Glen, N.H. can be a never-never land for children with autism spectrum disorder. The loud noises and commotion can be too much. And it's hard to be excluded from such fun, says Ashleigh Lowe of Merrimack, whose 12-year-old son Alexander has autism. “It is ”>>”
Mon, Jun 25, 2018
Source: NHPR
Crews in the White Mountains will spend the summer repairing the oldest hiking trail in continuous use in America. Crawford Path has carried countless hikers to the summit of Mount Washington for nearly 200 years, and endured a lot of wear and tear along the way. Now it's getting a ”>>”
Fri, May 18, 2018
Source: NHPR