Drought in New Hampshire: Yes, it’s still happening. Register today to reserve your seat before this opportunity evaporates!

The Upper Merrimack Monitoring Program and St. Paul’s School are proud to co-host the presentation:“Drought in New Hampshire: Yes, it is still happening.”

Monday, April 3, 2017 | 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Saint Paul’s School in Concord, NH.

With a panel of experts in affected sectors, this presentation is part of the Upper Merrimack Monitoring Program’s Winter Community Program and Saint Paul’s School Birckhead Science Lecture Series.

About the event

How dry we are—how wet will it be? Before the ground froze, New Hampshire was experiencing a significant drought. Although there has since been snow and rain—and even some flooded streams and rivers—groundwater levels are still very low. The evening will feature experts in the fields of fisheries science, municipal water supply, forestry, and hydrology. The presenters will provide an overview of the effects of drought in New Hampshire.
The evening will include a moderated discussion will questions and answers.

About the presenters

Brandon Kernen, Manager, Hydrology and Conservation, NH Department of Environmental Services
Matt Carpenter, Fisheries Biologist, NH Fish and Game Department
Chip Chesley, Director, General Services, City of Concord
Dode Gladders, Sullivan County Forester, UNH Cooperative Extension

The event will be located at St. Paul’s School in th
e Lindsay Center Lecture Hall on the campus off Pleasant Street in Concord. A campus map may be viewed at  https://www.sps.edu/ftpimages/36/misc/misc_83154.pdf

Light refreshments are provided. The event will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. This event is made available free of charge and open to the public but space is limited so please register here . For further information, please contact Michele L. Tremblay at 603.796.2615 or UMMP@MerrimackRiver.org.
Contact Michele Tremblay and Steve Landry at 603.796.2615 or UMMP@MerrimackRiver.org
or visit MerrimackRiver.org.


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