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EBC New Hampshire Chapter Program: Stormwater Management & Integrated Municipal Planning for the Great Bay National Estuary

Municipalities within the watershed of Great Bay are facing new requirements for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) and wastewater permits. This will require future design and planning solutions that will benefit greatly from integrated planning. These new requirements will have considerable costs to reduce stormwater and point sources to this important estuary.

Please join this panel discussion event to discuss future planning and technical design needs for municipal communities and to learn about important developments in integrated planning throughout the country.

The Great Bay Reserve is part of the Great Bay Estuary, a complex embayment and New Hampshire’s largest estuarine system. Fed by the tidal waters of the Piscataqua River that forms the boundary between Maine and New Hampshire, the estuary offers a variety of diverse habitats including eelgrass beds, mudflats, salt marsh, rocky intertidal, and upland forest and fields.

Program Chair:
Peter King
Associate, Geosyntec Consultants

Speakers Include:

  • Alison Watts, Southeast Watershed Alliance
  • Dean Peschel, Environmental Consultant
  • Dave Cedarholm, Town Engineer, Durham, New Hampshire
  • Ted Diers, Administrator, Water/Watershed Bureau, NHDES
  • Robert Roseen, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Brian Goetz, Project Manager, Tighe & Bond

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