Coastal Adaptation Workgroup Workshop “Downpours & Drought: Managing for Extremes”

What is it? NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (CAW) is hosting a public workshop that will include indoor and outdoor presentations and discussions about what communities can do to manage and sustain their water resources in the face of climate change. If you attend, you will:

  • Become more familiar with opportunities and challenges in managing water resources during drought and flood events.
  • Learn from a local example how green infrastructure can be implemented as a flood management strategy.
  • Learn how rain gardens, porous pavement systems, green roofs and rain barrels can function as water management practices and what they look like installed.

When is it? Wednesday, October 26 from 4:45pm to 7:30pm

Where is it? The Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center at 89 Depot Rd., Greenland NH

Who is it for? Municipal board members, committee volunteers, and coastal community residents

Is it free? Yes!

Will (a light) dinner be served? You bet.

How do you sign up? Click here to register (space is limited, so sign up soon!)

Looking for more info? Here is the event flyer.

Originally posted on the CAW Blog by on September 22, 2016

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