Category Archives: Watershed Restoration (Impaired Waters)

Please join us on March 29, 2024 for the fourteenth hosting of the 2024 Wild & Scenic® Film Festival at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage (including five days of video-on-demand) or online from the comfort of your home. Tickets on sale now (75 seats already taken!). What are you waiting for?

Each year, the New Hampshire Rivers Council brings one of the largest environmental film festivals to Concord. This year, we have more room for everyone at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage! Friday, March 29, 2024. Reception starts at 6:00 … Continue reading

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NHDES Cyanobacteria Plan Webinar Announcement

Overview of the State Cyanobacteria Plan  On Wednesday, January 31, 2024 at 7pm NHDES will host a webinar to provide an overview of the newly released Cyanobacteria Plan: A Statewide Strategy. David Neils, NHDES Chief Aquatic Biologist, will discuss the major … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: NHDES 2024 Water Infrastructure Funding Workshop

Save the Date! 2024 Water Infrastructure Funding Workshop Virtual Webinar Series April 8-12, 2024 This workshop will include a series of sessions focusing on updates regarding funding programs administered by NHDES. Topics include: program updates, disbursements, lead and copper rule, … Continue reading

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FB Environmental – Current Opening: Senior Project Manager, Freshwater Science – Dover, NH

Current Opening: Senior Project Manager, Freshwater Science – Dover, NH FB Environmental seeks a motivated and experienced Senior Project Manager to join its dynamic team in Dover, NH. As a Senior Project Manager with a focus on freshwater science, this … Continue reading

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Check out U.S. EPA’s NEW Bioretention Design Handbook!

EPA just announced the release of the Bioretention Design Handbook. The handbook was developed to inform practitioners about the latest approaches and lessons learned for bioretention design, construction, inspection, and operation and maintenance. The handbook contains a compilation of the current … Continue reading

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Job Vacancy Announcement: Environmental Projects Manager – City of Dover, NH

The City of Dover, NH seeks applicants for an Environmental Projects Manager position to perform routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in coordinating environmental projects generally related to solid waste, landfills, hazardous waste, stormwater, municipal drinking water (per … Continue reading

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Request for Qualifications: Nitrogen Control Plan for Milton, NH

Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) seeks responses to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for nitrogen control plan development for Milton, NH. In 2022, the Town of Milton, in collaboration with the Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) submitted a pre-application and … Continue reading

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State of Our Estuaries Presentation: Great Bay and the Exeter-Squamscott River

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Job Announcement: National Estuarine Research Reserve Liaison

Lynker is seeking a management liaison to support the implementation of the NOAA programs in New England, specifically the National Estuarine Research Reserves and support the coordination of NOAA Office for Coastal Management work in the New England region. In … Continue reading

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Field Geology Services is pleased to offer a fluvial geomorphology short course entitled “Using Fluvial Geomorphology to Improve Stream Restoration and Watershed Management”.

The three-day course will be held online November 6-8, 2023 with an optional one-day virtual field trip on November 9, 2023.  This course covers the basic principles of fluvial geomorphology and their use in watershed assessments and designing stream restoration … Continue reading

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