Author Archives: Steve Landry

Native trout in a Manchester stream? Get out! Get in…and sign up for the New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting and hear all about the McQuesten Brook Restoration Project on June 29th.

Four dam removals, one stream daylighting project, and one culvert upgrade in the same watershed within the same year to benefit native, eastern brook trout in Manchester and Bedford, NH? That’s right! Come hear the full success story on June … Continue reading

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Drought in New Hampshire: Yes, it’s still happening. Register today to reserve your seat before this opportunity evaporates!

The Upper Merrimack Monitoring Program and St. Paul’s School are proud to co-host the presentation:“Drought in New Hampshire: Yes, it is still happening.” Monday, April 3, 2017 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Saint Paul’s School in Concord, NH. With a … Continue reading

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Short Course: Using Fluvial Geomorphology in Watershed Assessment and Stream Restoration

Field Geology Services is pleased to offer a fluvial geomorphology short course entitled “Using Fluvial Geomorphology in Watershed Assessment and Stream Restoration”.  The course will be held April 26-27, 2017 at Viles Arboretum in Augusta, ME (across from ME DEP … Continue reading

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Tickets for the 2017 Wild & Scenic Film Festival are going fast! Reserve your seats today before it’s too late.

The New Hampshire Rivers Council is bringing one of the largest environmental film festivals to the Red River Theatres in Concord on Friday, March 31, 2017. Get your tickets today! Tickets on sale now—click here to purchase yours before they … Continue reading

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Abstracts for the 2017 Water and Watershed Conference are due December 19th at 4:00 PM!

2017 NH Water & Watershed Conference! Past and Future Challenges of Water Resource Management in New Hampshire March 24, 2017 at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH DON’T FORGET: Abstracts due on December 19, 2016 at 4pm. Please share this information. This is … Continue reading

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SHORT NOTICE for EPA Webinar on the Massachusetts Watershed-based Plans: A New Web-based tool for Watershed Planning.

This watershed-based planning tool was recently developed for the State of Massachusetts. This webinar will be of interest to watershed stakeholders interested in developing watershed-based plans in the future, consultants in New Hampshire currently working to develop watershed-based plans, and … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Out on the Next Soak Up the Rain New England Webinar Series!

  Soak Up the Rain New England Webinar Series Wednesday, November 30th 1:00 to 2:30 EST         Register Here* Latest & Greatest EPA Tools for Implementing Green Infrastructure Join us for the forth webinar of our 2016 series: Presenters will provide … Continue reading

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Save the Date and Call for Abstracts for the 2017 Annual Nonpoint Source Conference in Northampton, MA. An opportunity for the New Hampshire NPS community to showcase the great work completed to date and the partnerships that power success!

Save the Date & Call for Abstracts! The 28th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference for the New England states and New York will be held on April 12-13, 2017 at the Hotel Northampton in Northampton, Massachusetts. This conference, which is … Continue reading

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604(b) Funding Available to New Hampshire Regional Planning Commissions and Connecticut River Joint Commissions for 2017 – 2018 Water Quality Planning Projects

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) is requesting Letters of Intent (LOI) from Regional Planning Commissions (RPCs) and the Connecticut River Joint Commissions for Potential 2017-2018 Section 604(b) Water Quality Planning projects. The LOI will be used to … Continue reading

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The New Hampshire Rivers Council Invites You to their 2016 Annual Meeting and Program on July 14th from 5:30 – 8:00 PM

If you attend the 2016 New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting and Program, you too will be able to ask AND answer the question: “Who says there isn’t a dam thing that you can do about it? Black Brook Restoration: … Continue reading

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