Local River Management Advisory Committee 2013 Workshopat the NH Department of Environmental Services29 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH
Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Back by popular demand, the New Hampshire Rivers Council and the Rivers Management and Protection Program are hosting the Local River Management Advisory Committee Workshop on Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM. All local river mangement advisory committee members are welcome and encouraged to participate.
The one-day registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and workshop materials. Online registration and payment option is subject to a $1.24 transaction fee. Those wishing to mail a check may do so but must register online and then mail their $10 payment within three business days to
New Hampshire Rivers Council
54-207 Portsmouth Street
Concord NH 03301
to confirm their registrations.
Please BYOBB (bring your own binder) if you attended last year's workshop and received one. We will provide updates for your binders. For those who did not attend last year's workshop, we will provide binders. Please bring your own water bottle to help conserve resources and reduce on trash generated at this event. NHDES has a new water bottle filling station with filtered water near the meeting rooms.
REVISED ON 10/2/13
DES Rivers Management and Protection Program
New Hampshire Rivers Council
LOCAL RIVER MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE WORKSHOP
Saturday, October 19, 2013 --- 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
NHDES, 29 Hazen Drive, Concord NH
8:00 – 8:30 am Registration – Lobby
Morning Refreshments – Anteroom
Presented by: Jacquie Colburn, NH DES, Michele L. Tremblay, naturesource communications & New Hampshire Rivers Council, and Vicki Quiram, Assistant Commissioner, NH DES
Presented by: Amy Manzelli, BCM Land and Environmental Law, PLLC (invited)
Presented by: Tracie Sales, NH DES, Jacquie Colburn, NH DES,
Rachel Ruppel, UVLSRPC and Mascoma River LAC
The "Rivers" in the NPS Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program –
What that Might Mean for Your LAC - Lelia Mellen, Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program, National Park Service - TENTATIVE
Instream Flow Program Update – Ted Diers, DES Watershed Management Bureau
Update on Shoreland and Wetlands Regulations – Darlene Forst, DES Shoreland Program
Invasive Species Early Detection: River Runners – Colleen Hannon, New Hampshire Rivers Council
Enjoy lunch and talking with your LAC colleagues
Shane Csiki (Fluvial Geomorphologist) and Jeremy Nicoletti (Hydrogeologist) will demonstrate natural river processes using the FLUME and will answer your questions
Lunch provided to paid registrants
- o Questions and Answers, LAC Input and Contributions
Presented by: Steve Landry, Upper Merrimack River LAC, Gary Lynn, Upper Merrimack River LAC, and Michele L. Tremblay, naturesource communications & UMRLAC
A sincere thanks to The Works Café in downtown Concord for their breakfast and lunch generosity. Additional refreshments provided by Market Basket and Hannaford.