(603) 862-1214
Who members of Conservation Commissions, municipal Boards, and others interested in local land conservation
When Wednesday, September 6 from 6-8 PM (refreshments at 6, training starts at 6:30)
Where UNH Pettee Hall, Room G18, 55 College Road, Durham NH 

Park at Edgewood Road Visitor Lot, 5 Edgewood Road, Durham NH

Registration Email Steve Miller at steve.miller@wildlife.nh.gov to register.
Include your name, position, organization or municipality, and contact information (email and phone).
Registration is free. $5 donation suggested for refreshments.
Bring  Laptop if possible. Some laptops will be available for those who do not bring one.

At this interactive Municipal Board Empowerment Workshop, participants will be introduced to the NH Coastal Viewer, a web-based mapping tool that provides access to data about NH’s coastal resources, hazards, and resilient landscapes. The workshop will include a series of hands-on exercises to familiarize participants with the Viewer’s data and tools. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to access the Viewer, explore data relevant to coastal land conservation, and make simple maps focused on conservation priorities in their communities, including conservation for drinking water source protection, flood mitigation, and nutrient filtration.

*Space is limited so please register as soon as possible.

**Please bring your own laptop if possible. There will be 4-5 computers available for those who do not have one. We recommend using the Chrome browser loaded on your laptop. Other browsers are useable, but may not provide optimum performance.

This Municipal Board Empowerment Series Workshop is sponsored by the New Hampshire Association for Conservation Commissions, the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Coastal Training Program, the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership, New Hampshire GRANIT, and the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program.

Learn more about the Municipal Board Empowerment Series.