Author Archives: Steve Landry

Request for Qualifications Submittals to Develop the Partridge Lake, Littleton NH Watershed Restoration Plan – Closing Date: April 17, 2020

A Request for Qualifications (RFQ) has been posted at: http://das.nh.gov/purchasing/docs/bids/RFQ%20DES%202020-07.pdf DES 2020-07.pdf  for interested individuals/firms to submit qualification packages to the Town of Littleton, New Hampshire in response to their request for the development of the Partridge Lake Watershed Restoration … Continue reading

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Save the Date for NH Stream Crossing Initiative Protocol Training on May 29th at NHDES in Concord, NH

Project partners are working to address flood risks and make our infrastructure more resilient through a proactive approach by identifying and replacing problem culverts and bridges before they can fail and cause damage. Identifying crossings for replacement that will maximize … Continue reading

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You are invited to attend the 3rd Annual Norway Pond Symposium in Hancock, NH – February 29th

The Norway Pond Commission is pleased present the 3rd Annual Norway Pond Symposium.  Join us for a morning of talks highlighting recent research, and plans for future research, on the ecology of Norway Pond in Hancock.  The symposium will be … Continue reading

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31st Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference at the Woodstock Inn, VT – REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The 31st Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference for the New England states and New York will be held on April 23 & 24, 2020 at the Woodstock Inn & Resort in Woodstock, Vermont. Both full conference and … Continue reading

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Get Tickets NOW for the 2020 Wild and Scenic Film Festival and Reception – This event will sell out!

NOTE: This event has sold out prior to the event date for the last ten years in a row. Get your tickets NOW to ensure your seat at this unique and inspiring event! March 27, 2020 Reception at 6:00 PM Films … Continue reading

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  Request for Qualifications Development of a Watershed Management and Restoration Plan for the Turkey River Watershed Bow, Concord, Dunbarton, and Hopkinton New Hampshire The Upper Merrimack Watershed Association (UMWA) partnering with the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission (CNHRPC), … Continue reading

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Using CAST to Develop Implementation Plans that Meet LoadingTargets in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed – FREE Webcast

Registration is required for the following webcast. Please use the link below to register today if interested in this offering. November 9, 2017                                                                                                                Two-Hour Audio Web Broadcast   Eastern: 1:00p.m.–3:00p.m. Central: 12:00p.m.-2:00p.m. Mountain: 11:00a.m.–1:00p.m. Pacific: 10:00a.m.–12:00p.m. A Watershed Academy Webcast … Continue reading

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The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Watershed Assistance Section is seeking a (part-time) Salt Reduction Program Coodinator

    Part-Time Environmentalist IV – Salt Reduction Coordinator The NHDES Watershed Assistance Section is seeking a part-time Salt Reduction Coordinator to assist in the agency’s efforts to manage the state’s commercial salt applicator certification program (Green SnowPro) and to … Continue reading

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Registration Open for NH Gravel and Dirt Road Maintenance Workshop – September 29th. Come “dust off” the thinking caps and get good “grades” at this interactive workshop!

What: A one day workshop focused on cost effective gravel and dirt road maintenance and improvements while reducing pollutants to protect and restore water quality. Topics include: Road Drainage and Managing Runoff – Traditional & Innovative BMPs When are Permits … Continue reading

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Is that milfoil or bladderwort? YIKES! Is that water chestnut I spy? Just think, that could be the last time you ever pose those questions…as long as you attend the FREE River Runners invasive species training workshop in Bow, NH on July 17th! I’ll be there and hope you will join me.

You are invited: River Runners™    invasive species training (free!) workshop July 17, 2017 | 7:00 – 8:30 PM Dear River and Watershed friends, Have you seen a new aquatic plant and aren’t sure what it is? Do you care … Continue reading

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