2011 New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference

It’s time to register for 2011 New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference! This year’s theme: From Our Headwaters to the Sea – Living in a Changing Water World.


Friday and Saturday, March 25-26, 2011

8:00 am – 3:30 pm


Plymouth State University Hartman Union Building

Plymouth, NH

About the Event

The organizing committees of the annual New Hampshire Water Conference and the New Hampshire Watershed Conference are once again offering a single, comprehensive event for 2011. The purpose of the merger is to combine talent, resources, and audiences from both events into a unique, two-day event designed to meet the information and networking needs of lake, river, and watershed groups; environmental organization; volunteer monitors; municipal board and staff members; elected officials; local and regional planners; policy makers; scientists; educators; consultants and students.

For additional information and to register please visit Plymouth State University’s Center for the Environment website at:


Conference Objectives

Conference participants will enhance their capacity to understand, protect, and manage New Hampshire’s water resources by:

1.   Learning about ground-breaking research and its application.

2.   Receiving latest updates on water related policies and agency programs.

3.   Gaining knowledge about effective water education and outreach.

4.   Participating in training sessions to improve organizational skills and functioning. m

5.   Sharing understanding, concerns, accomplishments, skills and perspectives with others.

6.   Contributing to state-wide planning efforts for New Hampshire’s water future.

Conference Agenda with Session Descriptions

Cost to Attend

  • $40 – Friday, March 25, 2011 or Saturday, March 26, 2011
  • $70 – Both Friday & Saturday, March 25 & 26, 2011
  • $25 – Student Rate – Friday, March 25, 2011 or Saturday, March 26, 2011

Space is limited! Register today!

For more information contact Jacquie Colburn, Lakes Coordinator, DES Lakes Program at (603) 271-2959 or via e-mail atjacquie.colburn@des.nh.gov.

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