Cottrell-Baldwin Series: Fresh Water Connections

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Jim Rousmaniere poses in front of the water and a docked boat.
Jim Rousmaniere
As was expressed in the constitutional logic behind the Weeks Act that led to the protection of the White Mountains, land and water are connected. This presentation, which is based partly on research that went into "Water Connections" (a non-fiction book published in 2019 about what inland waters mean to us and what we mean to water), explores the many relationships between inland waters and surrounding lands. The talk explores recent experiences involving contamination, floods, stream crossings and citizen action, among other topics.

Speaker: Jim Rousmaniere, journalist and historian

 

1.0 CEU is available for Category 1 forester license credit for licensed NH foresters attending this program

 

The logo of the NH Division of Forests and Lands is a yellow and red badge.The 2021 Cottrell-Baldwin Environmental Lecture Series, "Restore, Protect, Connect," is co-sponsored by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and NH Division of Forests & Lands Caroline A. Fox Research & Demonstration Forest.