"Game of Stones: between a rock and a soft place" drone, panel discussion

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"Game of Stones: between a rock and a soft place" drone, panel discussion

"Game of Stones: between a rock and a soft place" drone footage and panel discussion

By New Hampshire Rivers Council

When and where

Date and time

Tuesday, June 20 · 6 - 8:30pm EDT


Conservation Center, New Hampshire Rivers Council HQ 54 Portsmouth St Concord, NH 03301

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

The New Hampshire Rivers Council 2023 annual meeting will be convened on Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 6:00 PM at the New Hampshire Rivers Council HQ at the Conservation Center, 54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH.

We are pleased this year to bring you a drone footage viewing and panel discussion,

"Game of Stones: between a rock and a soft place"

Panelists include

Nick Nelson, Inter-Fluve

Steve Landry, NH Department of Environmental Services

Stewart Yeaton, Yeaton Farm, and Fire Chief, Town of Epsom

Brad Merrill, FL Merrill Construction

This program will bring everyone current on the Suncook River avulsion and stabilization efforts. It's a story filled with the forces of nature, stories of our neighbours caught in it, and what has happened—and what is ahead for the Suncook, its people, and the habitat and infrastucture in its watershed.

Please join the New Hampshire Rivers Council for this special program.

Questions? Please call Michele Tremblay, President, at 603.796.2615 (land line) or email president@NHRivers.org. Thank you.

About the organizer

The New Hampshire Rivers Council is the only statewide organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of New Hampshire's river resources. The Council is committed to the conservation and ecologically sound management of New Hampshire's rivers, watersheds, and related natural resources.

Since its incorporation as a nonprofit organization in 1993, The Rivers Council has worked to educate the public about the value of the state's rivers, designate rivers in the state's protection program, and advocate for strong public policies and wise management of New Hampshire river resources.

The Rivers Council grew out of the New Hampshire Rivers Campaign, a group of concerned citizens and conservation organizations that united in 1985 to create a voice for New Hampshire rivers. The Campaign helped establish the New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program in 1989. The Campaign also helped shepherd river nominations into the new state protection program and established river corridor protections under the State's Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act. In 1992, the participants in the campaign recognized the need for a permanent, ongoing voice for river protection in the state, and formed the New Hampshire Rivers Council.