Backyard Chicken Poster

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Potluck Dinner Photo

Does your town or city have open space that could be used for farming?

Would your commission like to encourage agriculture on conservation land?

Tracy Degnan from RCCD will offer suggestions and case studies on how your commission can provide space for farmers and she will cover considerations of farming on municipal lands. Jeremy Lougee will share his perspectives of the value of conserving farmland and the importance of sustaining local food production in NH.

When: Tuesday, April 16 from 5 to 7:30 PM

Where: Brentwood Community Center, 190 Route 125.

Workshop is free of charge. Email Barbara Richter at

Barbara@NHACC.org to register with your name, position,

organization, and contact information.

POT LUCK DINNER -PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE A DISH

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2019 Trout Sale

Its that time!!!!

For more information and a copy of the order form visit    Workshop & Events-Trout Sale

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Board Meeting Changes for the Months of January, February and March

Please note that board meetings for the months of January, February and March have been moved from the 3rd Wednesday of the Month to the 4th Wednesday. Below are the revised dates:

  • January 23rd 2019
  • February 27th 2019
  • March 27th 2019
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RCCD will be closed from 12/24/18-1/1/19. Happy Holidays!

Christmas

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PLEASE NOTE: THE RCCD BOARD OF SUPERVISOR’S MEETING WILL BE HELD ON DECEMBER 19TH AT 1 PM AT THE RCCD OFFICE

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Going to Bat for Bats in Rye

Bat

In May 2018, the Rockingham County Conservation District (RCCD) took on the challenging task of tackling the invasive plants on a historic WWII bunker as part of a continued habitat restoration project at Odirone Point State Park in Rye that began in 2009. The project goal at the bunker is a multitiered approach that works to restore native vegetation while also positively influencing historic elements of the bunker and the bats, that once called it home.

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Test Pits and Plan Reviews Resume 8/27/2018

There will be no test pit witnessing or plan reviews during the week of 8/20 – 8/24

Regular plan reviews and test pit witnessing will resume on 8/27/2018.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

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