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Resource – NHANRS Newsletter Now In Your Inbox

NHANRS September 2014 Newsletter Resource has been published and is now available. Members check your inbox for the latest copy of this newsletter.


Mitigation: Federal & State Interactions – Current and Future Trends

NHANRS Quarterly Meeting will be held on September 26 at the Common Man in Concord, NH.

 This meeting will feature: Mitigation: Federal & State Interactions - Current and Future Trends and will be a panel discussion led by Mark Kern, Lori Sommer and a representative from the Army Corps.

Topics will include

  • Mitigation Thresholds
  • In-Lieu Fees
  • Secondary Impacts
  • Direct Impacts and Mitigation
  • Vernal Pool Mitigation

US Army Corps 2nd Notice for Proposed NE GP

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District has issued a second public notice for the proposed New England General Permits (NE GPs). The public notice and draft NE GPs can be viewed at: http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory/StateGeneralPermits/NewEnglandGeneralPermit.aspx or http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory/PublicNotices.apx

Our plan is to continue working with stakeholders and commenters during and after the public notice to address issues and improve the NE GPs, and to make a permit decision by December 2014.


NHANRS Newsletter Looking for Articles and Advertisements

NHANRS will be publishing the summer edition of Resource, the NHANRS newsletter the first week of September. If you have an article, photograph, poem, book review, comic, interesting fact or would like to place an Ad in the newsletter please submit these to webmanager@nhanrs.org by August 29.


The New Hampshire Association of Natural Resource Scientists (NHANRS) mission is to promote the responsible use of natural resources and the natural resource science professions in New Hampshire, as well as to represent the diverse private, public, and educational interests of our membership.


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