Shots from the ‘Shed

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

Read more

July 2017: Snapshots from the 2017 Field Season

Water Quality Monitoring Lab at the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory Summer has arrived and that means the arrival of the field research season for our research partners and citizen scientists. In some cases, PREP funds data collection and monitoring activities; however, data for many of the 23 indicators in the State of Our Estuaries report are provided by partner organizations. Our partners are our eyes and ears on the Great Bay and Hampton-Seabrook estuaries. But what

Read more

April 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!  SAVE THE DATE NH Department of Environmental Services 2017 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference Thursday, May 18, 2017 Grappone Conference Center Concord, NH Hear presentations about PFCs and other emerging contaminants, land conservation and its benefits to drinking water source protection, status of drought and efforts to manage its impacts, and

Read more

November 2016: Watershed Watch

November 2016: Watershed Watch

2016 King Tide Coverage & Photos  By WMUR In October the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup hosted a wildly successful King Tide Photo Contest. TONIGHT at the film screening we’ll announce the winners & showcase all the submissions! And check out the great story airedon WMUR featuring PREP Management Committee members Rayanne Dionne and Jay Diener from Hampton. The contest received 135 photo entries, 10 of the photos will be on display at White Heron Tea

Read more

Shots from the ‘Shed

On August 22nd PREP along with our awesome partners at The Nature Conservancy welcomed the folks from Proud Pour to the docks at Adam’s Point. Proud Pour pairs wines with solutions to local environmental problems. Their first wine, The Oyster, is a Sauvignon Blanc that restores 100 wild oysters per bottle. It also happens to be the perfect pair to your oyster or seafood plate. PREP and TNC are partnering with Proud Pour to bring The Oyster wine to

Read more

October 2015 Shots from the ‘Shed

A shot looking upstream in the Salmon Falls River at the newly improved Mast Point Dam Park in Somersworth. It’s worth a visit now that Timberland employees as part of their annual Servapalooza Volunteer Event built 8 picnic benches, a kayak rack and a stone dust trail along the banks of the river. Coming soon will be a boat launch! Yay for Somersworth!

Read more

Shots From the ‘Shed

David O’Hearn sent in this great shot of him with a lobster from Great Bay on July 3, 2015. That looks delicious David! Thanks for sending along!

Read more

July 2015: Shots From the ‘Shed

Humpback whale taking a deeper dive out at Jeffreys Ledge earlier this month. 

Read more

Shots From the ‘Shed

From Photographer David Lee Willson: “Sunrise on 40+” of snow on the banks of Colcord Pond. In the patches of dense pine the snow drifts kept it to 20.” David lives in Exeter and has been documenting the gift that is Colcord Pond for 10 years, explore it on his Facebook Page Life with Colcord Pond. Get informed, get involved.

Read more

November 2014 – Shots from the ‘Shed

  Chris Keeley from UNH Cooperative Extension & NH Sea Grant is a wonderful Seacoast photographer & got in on the King Tide action in October. This photo was the the 2nd place Peoples’ Choice. Check out Chris’ talent on his website www.chriskeeleyphoto.com  

Read more
Page 1 of 212

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