Nodes are regional working groups that support our campaigns, put on stand-alone events, and build grassroots community.
Starting a node is easy. Gather 3- 5 people who are interested in taking down the fossil fuel industry and promoting renewable energy in your community and reach out to Griffin@350nh.org to get your group on the map. Don’t worry If you are new to climate justice organizing, we will provide the resources that you need and support you through the process!
Sign Up for an Existing Node
We launched the Dover node in June 2018. We meet monthly and have a current focus on Granite Bridge Pipeline resistance support. The Dover Node is youth lead and specifically geared towards young people who want to get involved in climate justice organizing. 350NH prides ourselves on being a multigenerational movement for climate justice. We have chosen to have a youth focused group in the seacoast because we recognize the need for a space specifically geared towards young people.
Email Sam Tardiff at email@example.com for more info on how to get involved and join the facebook group here!
Join the Dover node if you:
Are young or young at heart (we define this loosely as millennials in their 20’s and 30’s. High School students also welcome!
Want to join a community of young people and make new friends who care about climate justice and other social justice issues.
Are interested in learning more about climate justice organizing or activism.
We are in the process of building a Seacoast Node. Interested in getting involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are in the process of building a Central Node. The Central Node will focus on the NH legislative process in addition to other campaigns and independent work.
Interested in being a part of the Central Node? Email email@example.com to get invovled.
We are officially launching the Littleton Node on Dec 2nd, 2018! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved and join the facebook group here!