The New Hampshire Water & Watershed Conference (NHWWC)
March 15, 2019 at Plymouth State University
The NHWWC is a key event for sharing water resource information. For 2019, the event will focus on regional topics such as economy, technology, community partnerships, fish and water fragmentation, sediment, and water quality and quantity.
The conference agenda includes sessions and posters that connect information and research from a variety of water topics.
Our plenary speaker is David Neils, Chief Aquatic Biologist for NH Department of Environmental Services, who will present a talk entitled:
“The million-dollar question: How are New Hampshire’s lakes and rivers doing?
The day is full of talks on a variety of topics. We will also have a panel discussion on “Positive Outcomes to Address a Changing Water Landscape: One step at a time.” Representatives from local communities will share their experiences with implementing projects that address our changing watershed processes. Shane Csiki, administrator of the New Hampshire Geological Survey’s Flood Hazards Program, will facilitate an engaging discussion about recent actions to address new and emerging problems.
Register now as space is limited.
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