Category Archives: Laconia

Are there plans to bring Agenda 21 to your town?

“Sustainability” is the hot new buzzword on the left.

It’s the kind of word that sounds nice when you first stumble into it, but like everything else in the world of the eco-left, it really means control.

It’s what United Nation’s Agenda 21 is all about.

What might surprise you is that controversy over Agenda 21 tends to arise not from the dramatics imposition of its principles from above (like global warming), but from attempts to quietly insert UN dogma into local cities and towns.

Take a look at CFACT senior policy analyst Bonner Cohen’s article on

Bonner reports that, “planning commissions, which have spread like wildfire over the past couple of decades and whose members are unelected, produce an endless array of schemes designed to micro-manage every aspect of commercial, residential, and recreational life. No town, no matter how small, is safe from the meddling of planners in and outside of government.”

Are there plans to bring Agenda 21 to your town?

Is it already there?

You and your neighbors need to know.

Saving Special Places 2014 Land Conservation Conference

Here is the invitation to the “Saving Special Places 2014 Land Conservation Conference” to be held on Saturday April 5, 2014 at the Laconia Middle School, Laconia, NH


Billed as “New Hampshire’s largest land conservation training, education and networking event with 30 workshops and more than 40 presenters” this may be something you would want to attend to view firsthand their strategies. 

Register by March 28 to take advantage of the lower $60 fee. After March 28, the fee is $75.

Find Conference details; Online Registration, Downloadable Registration Form, Table of Workshops, Workshop Descriptions and Presenters, Keynote Speaker, and Directions at the conference website:

Click Here to Register Online

PR Firm to Lead Delphi Sessions on ‘Drugs’

NH Listens is the PR firm provided to Granite State Future by the Carsey Institute, a foundation that is the product of the Carsey Corporation.

These outsiders are holding ‘community’ conversations that are influenced by NGOs and private special interest groups. You can attend and share your ideas, but chances are the goals are a ‘done deal’.

This group is calling itself ‘New Futures’.