New Hampshire Rivers Council to host low impact development workshop

Join the New Hampshire Rivers Council for a low impact development workshop hosted as part of the Winnicut River Restoration and Management Project:

New Hampshire Rivers Council and the Towns of Stratham and Greenland host Low Impact Landscaping for Homeowners with presenter Bob Hartzel, CLM, CPESC Principal, Comprehensive Environmental, Inc.

TIME: Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

LOCATION: Town of Stratham, Town Office, 10 Bunker Hill Avenue, Stratham, NH 03885

This workshop will present ways that homeowners can beautify their property while protecting the water quality of the lakes, ponds and streams in the Winnicut River watershed.The session will focus on “low impact development” (LID) storm water management practices that use hardy (and attractive!) native plants and promote soil infiltration. Including landscaping techniques that use native shrubs, annuals and perennial flowers to minimize storm water impact on water resources. The session will also discuss techniques for erosion control and restoration of eroded shoreline and near-shore areas.


Space is limited – register today!

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Light refreshments will be provided.

Space is very limited so registration is required.



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