Sustainable Hanover Committee

Ready for 100 Year 2 - Public Document

Hanover's Second Annual Energy Forum



The Sustainable Hanover Committee supports the efforts of the community to assure that the Town of Hanover thrives for present and future generations.


Want to garden but don’t have the space?  Consider joining the Hanover Community Gardens!  Check out their link to find out more:

Current and Ongoing Activities

School Street ParkOngoingHanover's First Sustainable Landscape Park. 
Hanover's Second Annual Energy Forum: Achieving 100% Renewable EnergyWednesday, April 24, 6:00-8:00 PM, Richmond Middle School Auditorium

Come to learn what’s happening. Pick up new ideas to make your energy profile leaner and greener.


Poster Exhibit will showcase eco-friendly, cost saving energy projects that have been done by Hanover residents, businesses and non-profits.


Speakers will report on Sustainable Hanover, Town, and Dartmouth accomplishments since last year’s forum, preview 2019 -20 initiatives and answer your questions.


Come early for a free LED light bulb from Liberty Utilities (while supply lasts).

Going Out Green: Two Presentations by Lee Webster

Wednesday, March 27, 12:00-1:30 PM




Wednesday, May 22, 10:00-11:30 AM

Wednesday, March 27, 12:00-1:30 PM:

Osher Brown Bag lunch at the Black Center: “Going Out Green: Exploring Sustainable & Meaningful Funeral Options”




Wednesday, May 22, 10:00-11:30 AM at D-H Aging Resource Center: “Home Funerals, Green Burials and Everything in Between”

Energy-Saving Trees 

Hanover Parks and Recreation is partnering with Liberty Utilities and the Arbor Day Foundation to recognize and celebrate Hanover's 40 years of Tree City USA accomplishments.  We are offering one free tree sponsored by Liberty Utilities to Hanover/Etna customers through Energy-Saving Trees, an Arbor Day foundation program that helps conserve energy and reduce energy bills through strategic tree planting. 


Liberty Utilities customers can reserve their free trees using the Arbor Day Foundation's online tool that helps customers estimate the annual energy savings that will result from planting trees in the most strategic location near their homes or businesses.  Customers can choose a Serviceberry, Magnolia, Sweetgum or Tuliptree and are expected to care for and plant them in the location provided by the online tool.  These varieties were chosen to add beauty to the landscape and attract native songbirds and pollinators. 


The program will continue until all 100 trees are reserved.  The 2-4 ft. tall trees will be available for pickup on Saturday, May 11th at Pine Knolls Cemetery in Hanover, 9am to 12pm. 


Click this link to sign up:

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Peter Kulbacki Director of Public Works (603) 640-3371
Robert Houseman Director - Planning, Zoning & Codes
Julia Griffin Town Manager

Appointed Officials - by the Board of Selectmen (3 year term)

NameTitleTerm Expiration
Christopher Kennedy


Susan Edwards

Recycling Subcommittee


Mary Donin





April Salas





Mary Ann Cadwallader


Barbara Callaway


Rosalie Kerr

Dartmouth College Sustainability Director

Judith Colla


Marcus Welker

Dartmouth College Representative