The New Hampshire Geographic Alliance (NHGA) envisions a future for our state in which all of our citizens have a achieved a high level of geographic literacy as a result of cooperative, collaborative, and coordinated educational and policy efforts.
The mission of the New Hampshire Geographic Alliance (NHGA) is to engender an awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the fundamental importance of Geography, its spatial perspectives, and its vital relationship to our lives. NHGA promotes an increase of and diffusion of geographic literacy in New Hampshire by communicating with, building relationships to, and providing opportunities for educators, educational decision makers, and institutions of education.
Lara Bryant:Coordinator: (603)-358-2428
New Hampshire Geographic Alliance
Keene State College
229 Main Street, MailStop 2001
Why_Geography_Matters_in_NH (pdf file)
New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has Mega Maps available for loan to schools in New Hampshire. If you are interested in borrowing a Mega Map please submit an online request by using the form below or contact the NHGA Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has GPS Units available for loan to schools in New Hampshire. If you are interested in borrowing a GPS Unit please submit an online request by using the form below or contact the NHGA Coordinator at: email@example.com.
NHGA recommends that units be requested for use in pairs. The Units come in sets of 10, 12 and 15, if you need more than 15 units please click on 15 units plus 10 or 12 units (or 10 and 12 units) to make up your numbers. This keeps the sets intact and easier to track.
Available for sale from New Hampshire Geographic.
New Hampshire Atlas
Rhode Island Atlas
Hello fellow Geographers,
As you may be aware the New Hampshire Geographic Alliance has just published the 3rd edition of our NH School Atlas. Please take a moment to answer the short 15 question survey regarding your use of atlases in the classroom. Please take the survey even if you don’t use the NH School Atlas. This survey will be used to inform our decisions regarding professional development and curriculum development. Keene State Geography majors are also using this as part of their seminar research project. Please complete the survey by Saturday November 15, 2014.