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NH Dept Env Services 20h
Benjamin Lundstedd, from , Jebb Curelop, from the Baboosic Lake Association, and Jeff Marcoux, from NHDES, talk about their experiences with working on Baboosic Lake's BMP.
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NH Dept Env Services Apr 18
Laura Byergo, a volunteer from the New Hampshire seacoast community, and Lisa Loosigian, from NHDES, educated the attendees on NHDES' Soak Up the Rain Program.
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NH Dept Env Services 12h
Lastly, thank you to for hosting the 30th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference. Your staff was very gracious and accommodating!
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Chasing the #108 Apr 18
Wow, well I never! swearing on . I guess it is after the after all!
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NH Dept Env Services 12h
Thank you to all the sponsors for supporting the 30th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference!
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NH Dept Env Services 22h
Replying to @NHDES
It's important to make sure the resources are available to maintain different stormwater mechanisms. For example, making sure that a rain garden is weeded regularly or that there is something to keep the weeds from growing.
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MSCD Maryland 18h
Cover help reduce the amount of nitrogen and phosphorous entering our . By reducing the nutrients entering our streams, rivers, and the , we get closer to achieving the Watershed Implementation Plan goals. Learn more at our website.
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NH Dept Env Services 22h
Replying to @NHDES
A lesson that Michelle and Brian have learned is that more thought needs to go into planning the plants within a rain garden, such as using plants that work well together and create habitat.
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NH Dept Env Services Apr 18
Linda Schier, from the Acton Wakefield Watersheds Alliance, and Sally Soule, from NHDES, talked about the relationship between failed septic systems and lake water quality.
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NH Dept Env Services 20h
Replying to @NHDES
The lake had been having water quality issues for a long time. Many of the septic systems were old and failing while erosion became a large problem as well.
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NH Dept Env Services Apr 18
Replying to @NHDES
Newfound Lake Region Association used the results from their project to target certain groups in hopes to make their watershed plan successful.
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NH Dept Env Services 12h
A big thank you to and for helping to plan the 30th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference. We couldn’t have done it without the two of you!
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EcoInternet 22h
Water conservation experts encourage residents to protect Chesapeake : Local DVM | More w/ Eco-Search:
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NH Dept Env Services 21h
Replying to @NHDES
Using everything they have learned gardens can now be created, such as the two pictures below, that fit well into the landscapes around them and don't require a lot of maintenance.
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Iowa Ag Water Alliance 18h
Read all about Neil Shaffer, coordinator for the Silver Creek Water Quality Project. He is 1 of 4 watershed coordinators honored as part of the Circle of Excellence for the IAWA Iowa Watershed Awards:
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NH Dept Env Services 19h
Replying to @NHDES
Ben stated that it didn't matter if the project is big or small when it comes to stopping stormwater and pollution, anything is better then nothing. Do what you can with the resources you have. It will make a difference.
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NH Dept Env Services 21h
Matthew Lehman, also from Horsley Witten Group, is giving a talk on constructed wetlands.
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NH Dept Env Services Apr 18
Replying to @NHDES
Chris and his group have been focusing on septic systems to try and reduce the amount of nutrients entering the water.
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NH Dept Env Services Apr 18
Replying to @NHDES
To answer these questions they used several different methods, including in-depth interviews.
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NH Dept Env Services 21h
Bill Boulanger, from , and James Houle, from , talk about their experience and lessons learned on their work on Berry Brook.
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