March 13, 2020 at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH
The New Hampshire Water and Watershed Conference (NHWWC) is an annual forum for sharing water resource information. Each year, over 175 academics, regulators, non-profit organizations, water resource professionals, land use planners, elected officials, and others gather to share information on regional water resource issues including water quality and supply.
The theme of the 2020 NH Water and Watershed Conference is Persistent and Evolving Water Issues. Please see the agenda for more details about sessions and talks.
Registration is now open for the 2020 NHWWC. Please visit the registration page to sign up.
We are no longer accepting presentations, however we are still encouraging poster presentations.
The 2020 NH Water & Watersheds Conference is organized by a dedicated group of people from a variety of organizations. Many thanks to the following committee members and their organizations:
- June Hammond Rowan, Jessica Casterline, & Amy Villamagna – Center for the Environment, Plymouth State University
- Melanie Cofrin, Tracie Sales, Tom Swenson, & Katherine Zink – NH Department of Environmental Services
- Shane Csiki – NH Geological Survey, NH Department of Environmental Services
- Joe Ayotte, US Geological Survey – NH/VT Office
- Lisa Coté – GeoSphere Environmental Management, Inc.
- Brian Goetz – City of Portsmouth, NH
- Tom O’Brien – NH Lakes
- Michelle Shattuck – NH Water Resources Research Center, University of New Hampshire
- Vivien Taylor – Dartmouth College
- Justin Shaw – Granite State Rural Water Association
- Charles DeCurtis – The Nature Conservancy