North Hampton – Little River Restoration Project: BMP Installation Highlights

Kudos to the Town of North Hampton DPW, the North Hampton Conservation Commission, and project consultant FB Environmental for installing several stormwater management practices designed to address runoff and erosion problems affecting the Little River in North Hampton.

The project team has been working for many years to improve the river’s water quality. They’ve done an excellent job and we congratulate them for their persistence and dedication to clean water.

FB Environmental staff and members of the North Hampton Conservation Commission install stream buffer plantings at the project site:

sitework 2








Romeo Turcotte, North Hampton DPW, hands the plant list to Chris Ganotis of the North Hampton Conservation Commission:

Chris and Romeo








Chris Ganotis, North Hampton Conservation Commission, surveys the site prior to planting:

Chris on shovel








The finished product – stormwater infiltration pad and restored stream buffer with native plantings:

finished product








Funding for this project was provided in part by a Watershed Assistance Grant from the NH Department of Environmental Services with Clean Water Act Section 319 funds from the US Environmental Protection Agency along with contributions from the Town of North Hampton.


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