February 22, 2010
The workshop, hosted by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, is geared towards those involved with land development, and land conservation and management, from consultants and environmental professionals to municipal employees, non-profit organizations and volunteers. There are three dates to choose from: March 5, March 23 or April 23. For more information and to register download registration form.
February 2, 2010
This spring promises to be wetter than usual at the University of New Hampshire, when Tap In, a series of films and a lecture about water issues, begins to flow Feb. 16, 2010. The series will explore issues of water privatization, access, quality and even the spiritual significance of water with four award-winning documentary films (Feb. 16 and 22, March 22, April 20) and a lecture by water rights activist Maude Barlow on March 4.
“Tap In,” sponsored by the UNH Office of Sustainability along with Food & Water Watch, offers the events, which are all free and open to the public.
For more details on the series, read the full press release.
February 1, 2010
Co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Landscaper’s Association and UNH Cooperative Extension, this day long conference will teach both amatuear and professional landscapers techniques and considerations in sustainable landscaping. The conference will be held at the New Hampshire Technical Institute, Concord NH.
For more information and registration instructions, view the workshop brochure.