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Date Posted: 09/20/2006
Submission Title Managing and Restoring Native Ecosystems: A Guide for New Hampshire Towns
Author(s) Amman, A. P.
Year Created 1999
Resource Type Publications, Websites, and Tools
Publisher USDA-NRCS
Media Type
Volume, Issue, pp
   
Abstract/Description  
The pdf is available from this website.  General introduction to restoration of NH ecosystems. What are the native ecosystems in New Hampshire, and why and how should they be restored. 64 pages.
URL Managing and Restoring Native Ecosystems: A Guide for New Hampshire Towns
   
Theme>Topic Restoration > *General
Location
Watershed: Cocheco
Town(s): Barrington; Dover; Farmington; Middleton; Milton; Rochester; Rollinsford; Somersworth; Strafford
Watershed: Great Works
Town(s): Berwick
Watershed: Kennebunk River
Town(s): Alfred; Arundel
Watershed: Mousam
Town(s): Acton; Alfred
Watershed: Piscataqua
Town(s): Dover; Portsmouth; Rye
Watershed: Salmon Falls
Town(s): Acton; Brookfield; Farmington; Middleton; Milton; Rochester; Rollinsford; Somersworth; Wakefield
   
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The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve at Laudholm Farm, Wells, Maine Copyright 2006 All rights reserved. Collaboration with NOAA CSC, Charleston SC