Category Archives: Public Involvement/Outreach

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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Last call to purchase tickets and reap your NH Watershed Blog benefits at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival this Friday night in Concord, NH

Last call to get tickets for the 2023 Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Friday at the Bank of New Hampshire Stage in Concord, New Hampshire. PLUS, for you, your family, and friends that purchase tickets and show up, you … Continue reading

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Request for Proposals — Planning grant funds available to develop watershed-based plan to address sodium chloride in drinking water supply watersheds   The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) is soliciting project proposals to address nonpoint source (NPS) pollution … Continue reading

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Town of Madison Salt Brining Workshop – Tuesday April 19th – REGISTER NOW!

On Tuesday, April 19 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Madison’s Department of Public Works and town officials will share how they were able to reduce salt use and save money this winter using a salt brining system and truck. Brining … Continue reading

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Rivers do what?! A discussion of rivers, river processes, and human interactions and New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting on March 8th, 2022 from 6 – 8 PM.

Please join the New Hampshire River Council for its annual meeting with updates on work including the Winnicut River watershed and McQuesten Brook. Nick Nelson, fluvial geomorphologist, Inter-Fluve, will present “Rivers do what?! A discussion of rivers, river processes, and human interactions” … Continue reading

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Wild & Scenic Film Festival Tickets are going as briskly as today’s wind. Be sure to get yours now!!!

The New Hampshire Rivers Council looks forward to seeing you at its twelfth hosting of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival. Each year, the New Hampshire Rivers brings one of the largest environmental film festivals to you, in theaters or … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Nonpoint Source Management Program watershed protection and restoration projects are on the map!

Public Release Notice: Nonpoint Source Watershed Projects Data Explorer The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Nonpoint Source Management Programs are excited to announce the release of an enhanced web mapping application to … Continue reading

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GMCG Launches Winter Road Salt Awareness Campaign

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                             January 18, 2022 Contact: Matt Howe, 603-539-1859 director@gmcg.org Salt Responsibly! GMCG Launches Winter Road Salt Awareness Campaign   Effingham, NH: Green Mountain Conservation Group (GMCG) has announced the launch of a public awareness program addressing … Continue reading

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Calling all MUNICIPAL winter management personnel!!! Are you looking to improve your snow and ice management strategies, save money through improved calibration techniques, considering brine use, AND looking to get certified as a Green SnowPro Professional? Well… You are invited … Continue reading

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It’s not too late!!! Get tickets NOW for the Wild & Scenic Film Festival TONIGHT (and for 5 days of video on demand).

I for one cannot wait to “see” many of you tonight in the virtual reception room for what will be a jaw-dropping, inspiring, humorous, motivating, thought-provoking, scientific-discovery-filled, and passport to inaccessible parts of the planet movie event like no other. … Continue reading

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