Rivers do what?! A discussion of rivers, river processes, and human interactions and New Hampshire Rivers Council Annual Meeting on March 8th, 2022 from 6 – 8 PM.

Please join the New Hampshire River Council for its annual meeting with updates on work including the Winnicut River watershed and McQuesten Brook.

Nick Nelson, fluvial geomorphologist, Inter-Fluve, will present “Rivers do what?! A discussion of rivers, river processes, and human interactions” where he will explain how and why rivers act the way they do and also how we as humans influence their behavior.

Nick Nelson is the east coast regional director for Inter-Fluve, a river and wetland restoration firm. Based in the Cambridge, MA office, Nick focuses on designs for dam removals, channel bank stabilization, restoration of retired cranberry bogs to rivers and wetlands, and reconnecting urban communities to their water resources. He currently teaches a class at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

The annual meeting and presentation will be online and there is no cost to register. Please click here to register. 

Please contact me with any questions at President@NHRivers.org or 603.228.6472 or directly at 603.796.2615.


Michele L. Tremblay
President, Board of Directors

Don’t forget to get your tickets for the Council’s 12th hosting of the Wild & Scenic® Film Festival, Friday, March 25, 2022.  Click here to get yours.

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