COVID-19 UPDATE: The Harris Center is canceling or postponing all in-person programs and events through May 4. The Harris Center building will also be closed to visitors until May 4. Our trails and grounds remain open.
We’re excited to announce that you can now show your love for nearby nature with an official Harris Center license plate!
1. Obtain a “decal” license plate from your town clerk. Decal plates cost an extra $15 annually; $10 of that comes right back to the Harris Center. Like any other new license plates, new decal plates also incur a one-time new plate fee of $8.
2. Get a set of decals from the Harris Center. Decals cost a one-time fee of $25, payable directly to the Harris Center, with all proceeds going to support our work. (This $25 covers the life of the stickers; however, if you get new license plates or your stickers wear out over time, you’ll need to buy a new set.) You can get your stickers at the Harris Center office (cash or check) Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by mail (check only). Important note: You must have a “decal” license plate for these stickers. Unfortunately, these stickers cannot be used with a “moose” or “state park” or other license plate type.
If you’re requesting decals by mail, be sure to include your full name and mailing address, make your $25 check out to the “Harris Center for Conservation Education,” and note that it’s for license plate decals. Requests can be sent to:
Harris Center for Conservation Education
Attn: James Newsom
83 King’s Highway
Hancock, NH 03449
3. Stick your decals on your new license plates, and be the envy of all your nature-loving friends!
For more information on getting a Harris Center license plate, please contact James Newsom at (603) 525-3394 or by email.