Do you live on the Winnicut River, or one of its brooks or streams? Would you like to learn how to have a "better backyard," or be a steward for wildlife? Do you enjoy birding, kayaking, or trail walking? Have you got Invasive Plant Problems? Would you like to learn more about the Winnicut River and its wildlife diversity, from its treefrogs and trout lilies, to its black bears and white cedars? If you can answer 'yes' to any of the above, we need YOU. The WRWC is working hard to develop a Better Backyard campaign which promises to be a rewarding program for land/homeowners interested in protecting the integrity of the Winnicut River, its streams and brooks, and ultimately Great Bay, and the wildlife that lives and breeds here. E-mail us today to learn more at

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Armed and Dangerous!

Look out, bugs, no rock will be left unturned!

Okay, that's not true.

Sampling for biological indicators of water quality, i.e. aquatic "bugs," commenced on Friday, September 9, 2011.  Great day!  From left: Kevin Lucey, Restoration Coordinator, Coastal Program, NHDES; Jean Eno, Winnicut Project Director, New Hampshire Rivers Council; Sally Soule, Supervisor, Coastal Watershed Assistance Section, NHDES; and, Andrew Gould, biologist, Coastal Program, NHDES

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