Monthly archive for June 2015

Clean Water Community Calendar: June 2015

Clean Water Community Calendar: June 2015

Volunteer & Citizen Science Opportunities Region Wide! The Stewardship Network Online Hub Connect Here Looking for Coastal Research Volunteers for NH Sea Grant! The Coastal Research Volunteers Hub Connect Here Explore Great Bay at the Great Bay Discovery Center Ongoing events throughout the spring Click here for the Calendar of Events for Young & Old The Gundalow Sails Again – Summer 2015 – Daily Sails in the estuary! Click here for the list of sailing trip

Read more

Clean Water Champion: Rob Wofchuck

This month we’re happy to feature Chair of the Brentwood Conservation Commission, Rob Wofchuck. Rob was born in New Jersey and moved to Brentwood in 2004 and immediately joined the Conservation Commission. Rob also served on the town Planning Board and as the picture below shows, he’s an avid fisherman. He is involved with Great Bay Trout Unlimited and currently on the Board of Three Rivers Stocking Association as well as serves on the land protection

Read more

Watershed Watch: June 2015

WATERSHED WATCH  Our Watershed Watch feature is dedicated to sharing our partners’ and others latest research and reports as well as local, regional and national news. Here is the rundown for June, 2015. US EPA New Clean Water Rule by: US EPA In late May the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army finalized the Clean Water Rule to better clearly protect from pollution and degradation the streams and wetlands that form the foundation of

Read more

Feature: Announcing the NH Shoreline Management Stories Series!

By: Brendan Newell, Kirsten Howard, and Cathy Coletti New Hampshire is looking ahead for opportunities to make our special Seacoast more resilient to sea-level rise and storms. Shorelines – dynamic areas where people love to be – are often at the front line of coastal hazards. New Hampshire’s approximately 235 miles of tidally-influenced shoreline is a hotbed of culture, history, and commerce, and features some of the state’s rarest habitats such as dunes and salt

Read more

PREP is part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Estuary Program, a joint program between local, state and federal agencies established under the Clean Water Act with the goal of protecting and enhancing nationally significant estuarine resources. PREP is supported in part by an EPA matching grant and is housed within the School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering at the University of New Hampshire.

Menu