Category Archives: Watershed Protection (High Quality Waters)

Why Do Rivers Do That? —-The New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting and Evening Program on Thursday, July 30th beginning at 5:30 and 6:30 PM respectively – Don’t miss out on your chance to chat with others about sinuosity, meander belt widths, equilibrium, large wood, and all things fluvial!

So…why do rivers do that? With recent and historic flooding, landslides, and avulsions in our area, it seems that rivers do wild and inexplicable things—but are they really unpredictable? Can we prevent these catastrophes? Should we? Dr. John Field, an … Continue reading

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Get your septic together! U.S. EPA hosts webinar on the biological and microbial aspects of septic system pollution (June 30th)

Septic System Pollution Webinar On June 30 at 2 – 3 p.m. Eastern, U.S. EPA will hold a webinar on the biological and microbial aspects of septic system pollution. The first of two presentations will discuss a demonstration project on … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE – Eric Williams Well Wishers Wanted on May 13th

Greetings Colleagues, Family, Friends, and Fans of Eric Williams – The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) Watershed Assistance Section (WAS) cordially invites you to attend an open house for Eric Williams, DES-WAS Supervisor on Wednesday evening, May 13th … Continue reading

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Get Your Tickets Now for the 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival Before They Are Gone!

The 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival is once again being hosted by the New Hampshire Rivers Council and taking place at Red River Theatres, in Concord, NH on March 27th. Tickets for the film festival have sold out for … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Rivers Council Seeks Program Administrator – Part Time Opportunity

Please forward this announcement to your associates, contacts, distribution lists, and networks New Hampshire Rivers Council Program Administrator Part-time Opportunity • Posted August 22, 2014   The New Hampshire Rivers Council, the only statewide organization dedicated to conserving and protecting … Continue reading

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Updated Rainfall Info Helps Make N.H. Development More Climate-Smart

By Kirsten Howard This story was originally published on the NH Coastal Adaptation Work Group blog. “After the storms of 2006 through 2008, there was talk in the industry that the storms are changing,” said Ridge Mauck, who works for … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Rivers Council – Program Administrator Part-time Opportunity

The New Hampshire Rivers Council, the only statewide organization dedicated to conserving and protecting the state’s rivers, is seeking a part-time Program Administrator to support and administer the Council’s operations and programs. The ideal candidate is experienced in working with … Continue reading

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2014 Lakes Congress Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!

Quick Facts: What: 2014 Lakes Congress – New Hampshire Lakes Association’s annual educational & networking event When: Friday, June 27, 2014 Where: Church Landing at Mills Falls, Meredith, NH For More Information: Click here. To Register: Click here. To Exhibit: … Continue reading

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Save the Date for the Biennial NH Watershed Managers’ Roundtable – Oct 9th!

To all past, present, and future Watershed Assistance (319) grant recipients and their partners and friends. NH DES Watershed Assistance Section and the Newfound Lake Region Association will be hosting this year’s NH Watershed Managers’ Roundtable on Oct 9th, 2014 at the picturesque … Continue reading

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Only 45 tickets remaining for Wild & Scenic Film Festival this Friday night in Concord!

There are only 45 ticket remaining for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival this Friday night at Red River Theatres in Concord. The event is brought to us each year by the New Hampshire Rivers Council and has sold out … Continue reading

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