Monthly archive for September 2017

September 2017: Community Calendar

Here’s a listing of some fantastic partner organizations that have ongoing events, even in winter, please join in! Get out there and enjoy YOUR estuary!  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 Click here for the Calendar of Events for Young & Old

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September 2017: Clean Water Champion

PREP’s Clean Water Champion is a feature that profiles people and partners working to make a difference around our watershed.  This month PREP is welcoming our new intern, Trevor Mattera to the team. Trevor will be working on a number of projects with PREP over the next year including the State of Our Estuaries report and conference, the Comprehensive Conservation & Management Plan update, the Piscataqua Region Environmental Planning Assessment, and many more. What better

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September 2017: Technical Advisory Committee Update

The meeting notes from the May 9th and May 10th Technical Advisory Committee meetings are now available (HERE). There will be no TAC meeting until early 2018 due to the need for focus on developing the full Technical Report, which PREP will release along with the summary State of Our Estuaries (SOOE) Report on December 8th. PREP received an extensive amount of feedback as part of the review process for the SOOE that will be

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September 2017: Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative Success Safari

Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative at the Keay Brook Preserve in Berwick, Maine. It’s been eight years since the inception of the Salmon Falls Watershed Collaborative– a collaborative group of partners working to improve watershed planning and management in the Salmon Falls River watershed. The Salmon Falls watershed is one of a handful of subwatersheds that make up the Piscataqua Region watershed. Encompassing ten communities in New Hampshire and eight communities in Maine, the entire watershed is

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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.