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Curious about what you can do at home to protect and restore clean water in your local rivers and lakes? Throughout New Hampshire, neighbors are creating rain gardens, setting up rain barrels, planting trees, and using dry wells and other simple techniques to prevent water pollution. When we capture rainwater runoff, we prevent pollutants from running into our waterways. Whether you live on the water or up the road, join us to learn how you can do your part to soak up the rain. Hosted by Lisa Loosigian from Soak Up the Rain New Hampshire (SOAKNH), an outreach and education program designed to inform home- and small business-owners about steps they can take on their own property to help protect and restore clean water in our local lakes, ponds, streams, rivers, and estuaries.
This program is available both in-person and virtually. Register here.
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