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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

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 … Continue reading

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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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RCCD Natural Resources Internship

The Rockingham County Conservation District is seeking intern(s) for September! For more information please see our job postings under our About the District section.

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Grazing Training

Join New Hampshire Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), in partnership with the Strafford and Rockingham County Conservation District, for a FREE 3.5-day grazing course! Come and learn all about grazing management, and  develop an individualized grazing plan for your farm! … Continue reading

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RCCD now has an Amoozemeter!

The Rockingham County Conservation District now has a Compact Constant Head Permeameter, also known as the Amoozemeter, available for rent! This piece of equipment measures the in-field flow of water into a saturated soil.  The measured rate is called saturated … Continue reading

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Water Supply Land Protection Program

              Up to $5 million is expected to be available for water supply land protection grants this year from the NH Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund. A workshop will be held on April … Continue reading

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