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11
October
2018

Track & Sign Certification Workshop–Feb. 9-10, 2019

The New Hampshire Association of Natural Resource Scientists

presents

Track and Sign Certification Workshop

Winter Tracking in
Central New Hampshire

February 9 & 10, 2019

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This two-day workshop requires a full-day commitment both days.
It will be held in 
South Tamworth, NH.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

The Track and Sign Certification is a two-day practical field test and learning opportunity that emphasizes open, honest dialogue and real learning. The track and sign of any and all species encountered in the field may be asked, whether big or small, clear or obscure. After participants give their answers, a dialogue ensues between the evaluator and participants to provide the opportunity for everyone involved to learn and to internalize the field marks used for identification.  

Answers are collected and scored to evaluate each participant’s level of track and sign knowledge.

Tracker Certification emphasizes practical tracking and the development of reliable field skills, and is unassociated with any particular philosophy or tracking school.  No prior training is required to participate.  For more information on the evaluation process visit: http://trackercertification.com/track-and-sign-certifications/

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Track+ Sign Certification Wkshp Flyer 020919

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11
October
2018

Poorly and Very Poorly Drained Soils Workshop–10/26/18

NHANRS presents

Poorly and Very Poorly Drained Soils Workshop

Friday, 
October 26, 2018

8:30 am – 1:00 pm

at

SPNHF
Conservation Center
54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH

 

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Final Flyer Poorly & Very Poorly Drained Soils Workshop 102618


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21
September
2018

Save the Date–Soils Workshop–October 26, 2018

Please note change to half-day workshop (price will be less than noted here–stay tuned for registration details)
Mark your calendars for the first of two Soils Workshops:  Friday, October 26th, 8:30 – 12:30 PM

NHANRS presents

Poorly and Very Poorly Drained Soils Workshop

This half-day workshop will cover the basics, with key identifying features and differences between poorly and very poorly drained soils.  Classroom session in Conservation Center conference room, followed by hands-on identification session in the field.

Location:  SPNHF Conservation Center
54 Portsmouth St., Concord
Cost:  $60 members/$90 non-members
Details and registration info to follow
13
September
2018

Habitat Restoration & Streambank Stabilization–10/18/18

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW SOLD OUT

NHANRS and Antioch University New England

present

Habitat Restoration and Streambank Stabilization Techniques

Thursday, October 18, 2018

1:00 – 5:00 pm

at

Antioch University New England

40 Avon Street, Keene, NH


Workshop Description

The purpose of this habitat and stabilization workshop is twofold: 1) share TU’s field techniques for installing instream large-wood projects to create or improve aquatic habitat for trout and 2) outline how large wood can mitigate floodwater damage during high flow rainfall events.  Our goal is to communicate the where, when, and how to complete successful aquatic habitat projects. We will review successful methods of improving floodplain access and sediment retention whereby improving flood resiliency and riparian eco-systems.

Critical to the success of this habitat work is to stabilize entire riverine ecosystems by reducing excessive downstream sedimentation while at the same time providing for naturally occurring sediment transport. The goal of our work is to use natural materials, such as large trees, root wads, and rebuilt riparian buffers to create flood resilient landscapes. These types of structures also create amazing natural habitat cover that are self-sustaining features.  

We will discuss survey techniques, modeling, monitoring, and implementation. We will also visit a local restoration site to evaluate a recently completed stream restoration one year after implementation; we will highlight the long-term benefits of adding large-wood to this reach.

Vulnerability of infrastructure is evaluated by modeling a culvert’s hydraulic capacity based on streamflow predictions. Results then help communities evaluate minimizing emergency repairs to infrastructure and maximize savings by proactively addressing restoration opportunities.

PRESENTERS


Colin Lawson joined Trout Unlimited (TU) in 2009 as the New England Culvert Project Coordinator (NECP).  His focus is on reconnecting Eastern brook trout habitat in priority New England watersheds through the removal, replacement or retrofit of currently impassable road stream crossings and other instream barriers.  Colin’s graduate work in environmental science concentrated on hydro-ecology at Antioch New England University in Keene, NH.  His thesis was on modeling the hydraulic
capacity of stormwater infrastructure.

Erin Rogers, Ph.D., F
ield and Research Manager for NECP, recently completed her doctoral degree at Antioch University New England during which time she studied the effects of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee flooding on stream communities and the population dynamics of brook trout in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Having joined Trout Unlimited’s New England Culvert Project in 2011, Erin now leads much of the field work in Vermont, western Massachusetts, and western New Hampshire.  She focuses on assessing the links between aquatic organism passage and flood vulnerability of bridges and culverts, then working with towns and other agencies to replace the worst structures.  She has also started to increase the number of in-stream habitat restoration projects as well as establish a new research and monitoring program for NECP.


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Habitat Restoration & Streambank Stabilization Flyer 101818

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Wetland Buffers

The NHANRS Legislative Committee and Board of Directors formed the NHANRS Wetland Buffer Scientific Workgroup in 2015.

The NHANRS Scientific Wetland Buffer Report was finalized on June 13, 2017. Read the report, workgroup meetings minutes and agendas, literature and other links on the Wetland Buffer Scientific Workgroup Homepage.

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