Author Archives: Tracie Sales
The Connecticut River Joint Commission has published a helpful factsheet entitled Living with the River: The Importance of Riparian Buffers for Your Land and Your Environment.
The 2018 LAC Newsletter linked below is packed with odds and ends of information, tools, and updates useful to LAC members and the work that you do protecting and restoring New Hampshire’s designated rivers. LAC Newsletter 2018 Several of the … Continue reading
September 8, 2018 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Free Lunch for Volunteers 12:00 – 1:00 PM Bass Island, located at the mouth of the Piscataquog River in Manchester on Second Street between West Hancock and Cleveland Street, is a great … Continue reading
The Rivers and Lakes Programs in the NHDES Watershed Management Bureau are seeking a qualified candidate to fill a part-time position as the Rivers and Lakes Programs Assistant. This Environmentalist II position (Labor Grade 19) provides technical assistance to communities and … Continue reading
The Isinglass River Local Advisory Committee (IRLAC) may be small, but they have been very busy over the past year! They updated their Isinglass River Corridor Management Plan, and then revised their website to host the new plan and highlight … Continue reading
The Rivers Management Advisory Committee (RMAC) has published the New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program Biennial Report for Fiscal Years 2016 and 2017. This five-page report, which fulfills the requirements of RSA 483:8 VI, summarizes the accomplishments of the … Continue reading
The Lamprey River Advisory Committee has published a report on the work the committee has accomplished over the past 20 years. The full report, Lamprey River, New Hampshire – 20 Years of Progress, 1996-2016, is available at http://www.lampreyriver.org/about-us-lrac-twenty-years-of-progress.