Soak Up the Rain Projects in New Hampshire
Completed SOAK Projects
Check out these projects on our map.
Infiltration Landing at Wentworth Lake in Wolfeboro – Wentworth Watershed Association
Infiltration Steps at Hothole Pond in Loudon
The Villages at Loudon Soak Up the Rain – The Villages at Loudon Homeowner Association Balmoral Clubhouse Infiltration Steps – Lake Winnipesaukee Association Waukewan Bathhouse Rain Garden – Lake Winnipesaukee Association Lake Friendly, Less Convenient Retaining Wall Project – Pleasant Lake Preservation Association Shoreline Restoration at Silver Lake in Harrisville and Nelson Backyard Rain Barrel Project in Pelham
Climate Action Day 2016 at Phillips Exeter Academy Briallia Circle Rain Garden Brings Community Together – SOAK Great Bay Exeter Neighborhood Learns How to Soak Up the Rain – SOAK Great Bay Rolston Park Greenland Vegetated Buffer – SOAK Great Bay Ossipee Lake Water Bars – Green Mountain Conservation Group Nippo Lake Rain Garden Workshop Silver Lake Harrisville Infiltration Steps – SOAK Silver Lake Rain Garden Rehab Project – SOAK Silver Lake
Rolling Green Nursery Rain Garden Learning Lessons at a Durham Rain Garden – SOAK Great Bay A Pair of Rain Gardens, and Landscaper Training, in Hampton – SOAK Hampton Greenland Rain Garden – SOAK Great Bay Concord NHTI Rain Garden Dover Rain Barrels – SOAK Great Bay
Dover Woodman Institute Rain Garden – SOAK Great Bay Greenland Dry Well – SOAK Great Bay Rain Garden at Lane Memorial Library in Hampton, NH Rain Garden at Camp Morgan in Washington, NH Water Bars and Infiltration Steps at Camp Robin Hood in Freedom, NH Rain Garden and Rain Barrel at Massabesic Audubon in Auburn, NH
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We want to hear about how you’re soaking up the rain! Send us the details of your project and we’ll add it to our website. Please note that by sending us your story and photographs, you are granting us permission to post them on the SOAK website. Please include: your first name and last initial (and whether you want us to post it), the name of the town where the project took place (or better yet, the address so we can pin it on our map!), and whether or not the practice is visible from the road, and if so, if you would encourage people to drive by and take a look.