Native trout in a Manchester stream? Get out! Get in…and sign up for the New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting and hear all about the McQuesten Brook Restoration Project on June 29th.

Four dam removals, one stream daylighting project, and one culvert upgrade in the same watershed within the same year to benefit native, eastern brook trout in Manchester and Bedford, NH? That’s right! Come hear the full success story on June 29th and behold the “McQuesten Miracle”


Register t
oday for the 2017 Annual Meeting

New Hampshire Rivers Council 2017 Annual Meeting
and the exciting program,
“To Restore or not to restore: that is the McQuesten” 
Stephen C. Landry, State Nonpoint Source Manager
NH Department of Environmental Services
Michele L. Tremblay, President, Board of Directors
New Hampshire Rivers Council

June 29, 2017
Reception at 5:30 PM
Program begins at 7:00 PM sharp!

Thursday, June 29 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Eversource 780 N Commercial Street
on the Merrimack River in Manchester

Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome

Space is limited!
Registration is required.
Click here to register NOW!

McQuesten Annual Clean-up
June 21, 2017
at 1:00 PM
Wolfe Park off Second Street, Manchester
For more information, please visit

Winnicut River Restoration and Management Plan: “First Look”
June 22, 2017
from 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Stratham Municipal Center,
10 Bunker Hill Avenue, Stratham, NH
Click here to learn more.

Please include the New Hampshire Rivers Council in your giving. We work with and for you to restore and conserve our beautiful rivers and watersheds.

New Hampshire Rivers Council
54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH 03301

603.228.6472 | |

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