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Green EXPO at
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The Friends of Bridges House is excited to announce the Green EXPO on Saturday, May 19th, on our beautiful grounds. This EXPO is in partnership with Project Green Schools, with help from our newly formed Youth Sustainability Council.

Please Sign Up For Our EXPO!
*Are you a Green Business? Please join us!
*Are you a Green Student that wants to implement change in your school or community? Pitch your project or idea to our judges at the EXPO and you could win $$$ to help fund it!
MAY 19, 2018 ~ 1 PM TO 4 PM

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Students and businesses will come together at The Bridges House, 21 Mountain Road, Concord (the New Hampshire Governor's official residence and the "People's House" of New Hampshire!) for our... Green EXPO & Recognition Day.

During the EXPO & Recognition Day Governor Sununu will recognize Youth Sustainability Council students.

If you are a student that cares about nature, your school, the environment, and have been looking for financial support to make a difference in these areas, as well as, in the state of New Hampshire, we want you to pitch us your idea! The Bridges House Green EXPO is a great way to connect like-minded green student, civic, and business leaders across New Hampshire!

Please Note: We encourage teachers/faculty/staff/parents and community leaders to join us at our EXPO as well. 

First Lady Sununu; Robin Organ of Project Green Schools; wonderful NH students, administrators, educators, businesses; and others will gather at The Bridges House for our first ever Green EXPO. We want to build a network and create a platform for access and resources in greening-up schools, businesses, and communities. The path toward a greener and more sustainable future is through community-driven projects, so we are excited to provide support and potential funding for these student initiatives because we know they will be our future leaders and entrepreneurs.

The highlight of the day will be a Shark Tank-like competition where students will present ideas for a sustainability project in their schools and the chance to win up to $2,000 in prize money to help fund the project. Local businesses and food service trucks will be invited to participate as well.

Ideas for projects could be water filling stations, decrease trash, increase recycling, compost program, kitchen garden, energy usage, conservation efforts in their classrooms or communities, and more…

Want to compete for some GREEN CASH (pun intended!?) Send the information below to CHUCK BATES at (and copy by 5 PM on Friday, May 18th. DOWNLOAD THE REQUIREMENTS FOR YOUR PITCH HERE!

  • School Name

  • Team Member Names

  • Brief Description of Project Proposal

We Hope To See You At Our GREEN EXPO On Saturday, May 19th. RSVP NOW ON EVENTBRITE!

If you have any questions about the EXPO or the Shark Tank-like competition, please email or call Rhonda Hensley in the Office of Governor Chris Sununu at -or- 603.271.2121.

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Our Wonderful Green Initiative With The Bridges House & Project Green Schools Would Not Be Possible Without The Incredible Generosity Of The Walmart Foundation. Walmart Is A Leader In Global Responsibility; Read More About Their Initiatives Here

Thank You, Walmart...
We Are So Very Grateful!

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Contribute to The Bridges House and help preserve a piece of New Hampshire history

The house is listed on both the New Hampshire and National Register of Historic Places.

The photos displayed here represent the way that we hope The Bridges House can look with the help of our donors. The furniture featured in the pictures is, unfortunately, not the property of The Bridges House and was used only for the staging of these photos. We are graciously accepting donations of time-period furniture and historic artwork in order to get the interior of the home looking as elegant as these photographs suggest.


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