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.