Freshwater Wetlands Report Cards: Municipal Regulations

Does the municipality have designated “prime” wetlands (NH) or “significant” wetlands (ME), and adopted local regulations to protect these wetlands?

 

MunicipalityResponse
ActonYES
BarringtonYES
BerwickYES
BrentwoodYES
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverNO
DurhamNO
East KingstonNO
EliotYES
EppingNO
ExeterYES
FarmingtonYES
FremontYES
GreenlandNO
HamptonYES
Hampton FallsYES
KensingtonNO
KingstonNO
KitteryYES
LebanonYES
LeeNO
MadburyYES
MiddletonNO
MiltonNO
New CastleNO
New DurhamNO
NewfieldsNO
NewingtonYES
NewmarketYES
North BerwickYES
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodYES
NottinghamNO
PortsmouthNO
RaymondNO
RochesterNO
RollinsfordNO
RyeNO
SandownNO
SanfordYES
SeabrookNO
SomersworthYES
South BerwickYES
StraffordNO
StrathamNO
WakefieldNO
WellsYES
YorkYES

Do municipality wetland regulations offer explicit protection of vernal pools?

 

MunicipalityResponse
ActonNO
BarringtonYES
BerwickNO
BrentwoodNO
BrookfieldNO
CandiaNO
ChesterYES
DanvilleNO
DeerfieldNO
DoverNO
DurhamYES
East KingstonNO
EliotNO
EppingNO
ExeterYES
FarmingtonNO
FremontNO
GreenlandYES
HamptonNO
Hampton FallsNO
KensingtonNO
KingstonYES
KitteryNO
LebanonNO
LeeNO
MadburyYES
MiddletonYES
MiltonNO
New CastleNO
New DurhamYES
NewfieldsNO
NewingtonYES
NewmarketNO
North BerwickNO
North HamptonNO
NorthwoodNO
NottinghamYES
PortsmouthYES
RaymondNO
RochesterYES
RollinsfordNO
RyeYES
SandownYES
SanfordNO
SeabrookYES
SomersworthYES
South BerwickNO
StraffordYES
StrathamNO
WakefieldNO
WellsNO
YorkNO

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.

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