Protecting the Source Workshop – Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative

Protecting the Source – Celebrating 5 Years Protecting Water with the Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative

Please join the Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative for a workshop with land owners, local residents, water system operators, town officials, land use planners, public health officials, conservation organizations, and anyone interested in protecting water quality and conserving land in the Salmon Falls watershed.

Workshop Topics Include:

  • Conserving and maintaining lands to protect clean water
  • Implementing stormwater management practices to protect clean water
  • Protecting aquifers and waterways through local regulations
  • Cleaning up sources of contamination to prevent pollution and restore degraded waters
  • Inspiring government officials, organizations, and citizens to act collaboratively to protect the Salmon Falls watershed

The workshop will be held June 2, 2015, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM at Spring Hill in South Berwick, Maine.

For more information and to register, please visit the Wells Reserve web site at

View the agenda and workshop flyer: SFW Workshops Agenda 051315 nt

This event is provided through a collaborative partnership of:

  • Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
  • Maine Rural Water Association
  • Granite State Rural Water Association
  • Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership
  • Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
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