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The State of New Hampshire has developed an official online portal where you can access information on state government and agencies including:

The Governor of New Hampshire - Learn more about Maggie Hassan, the Governor of New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture - This site informs readers of the mission of the NH Department of Agriculture, and also gives them a wealth of information concerning farming and produce in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands - This organization carries out forestry activities on over 200,000 acres of State-owned land, as well as a host of other forestry-related tasks.

New Hampshire Film & Television Office

New Hampshire Fish & Game - This organization is dedicated to conserving New Hampshire's wildlife and their habitats.

New Hampshire State Liquor Commission - New Hampshire is one of 18 control states where the government directly regulates the sale, distribution, and consumption of alcoholic beverages. The Commission also operates 77 tax-free liquor and wine retail outlets across the state.

New Hampshire Lottery - Feeling lucky? This site will explain the rules, regulations and other questions about the New Hampshire lottery system.

New Hampshire Office of Business & Industrial Development - Thinking of relocating your business to New Hampshire? This is the site you'll want to research. Also, there is information about the state's business support programs.

New Hampshire Office of International Commerce - This organization plans, develops, and coordinates the State's programs for international trade promotion and foreign market development.

New Hampshire State Parks - As the organization in charge of keeping the stunning State Parks of New Hampshire as beautiful and untouched as possible, the New Hampshire State Parks has one of the most enviable, yet harrowing, jobs in the state.

New Hampshire Trails Bureau - This site contains information concerning ATV and snowmobile trails around the state, with info about crossing borders into other states and Canada as well.

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